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Sheriff honors management staff for service during flood

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Photo submitted by Allen J. Smith, Media Production Officer for the Sheriff's Office | Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington this week honored sheriff’s office management staff for their service during the Red River flood of 2015. Honored were, top, from left, Maj. Charles Gray, Capt. Corky Bridges and Maj. Kesha Harris (shown with Sheriff Whittington). Bottom, from left are Capt. Donnie Keith, Lt. Dave Faulk, Assistant Chief Tony Staton and Capt. Doyle Dempsey.

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington this week honored Sheriff’s Office management staff with plaques thanking them for their “service to the residents of Bossier Parish during the Red River Flood of 2015.”SheriffLogo
Whittington praised the staff for “getting things done without hesitation, and, in many cases, without having to be asked. You were right there with the right stuff. I’m very proud of our team and the way it performed. Well done.”

Honored were Assistant Chief Tony Staton, Maj. Charles Gray, Maj. Kesha Harris, Capt. Corky Bridges, Capt. Doyle Dempsey, Capt. Donnie Keith and Lt. Dave Faulk.

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