OCT-15 DFC R. Helmer and DFC J. Stivers receive state wide awards for their proactive enforcement actions while at the Caroline County Sheriff's Office. DFC. Helmer received Deputy Of The Year from the Maryland Sheriff's Association and DFC. Stivers received the "Smooth Operator" award from the Maryland Highway Safety Office. In addition, Patrol Commander Lt. Ronald Dixon received an award from the Smooth Operator Program for coordinating the program at the Caroline Sheriff's Office. In the picture is Sheriff Randy Bounds, Caroline County Commissioners Larry Porter, Wilbur Levengood, Dan Franklyn, and Md Senator Addie Eckardt and our local Delegates, in addition to Maryland State Highway Office officials.
On October 1, 2015, Lockerman Middle School held their PBIS Pep Rally. During this time, School Resource Officer - Deputy First Class (DFC) Devon Flaig who is assigned to Lockerman Middle School got the highest votes to "Kiss a Pig", out of 5 other school staff members.
DFC Flaig kept his promise to the kids and staff and wen along with the program enthusiastically. DFC Flaig kissed the pig and the children erupted in cheer and laughter. A big thank you to DFC Flaig, School Principle Lee Sutton, and the Lockerman Middle School Staff who made this a wonderful event for the kids. Take a look at some of the pictures to see how the event turned out.
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Congratulations to Corporal Marty Bailey for recieving the North Bayside Coach of the Year in the 2014-15 coaches' poll for boys' basketball.When Cpl. Bailey is not working as a deputy assigned to the Lockerman Middle School as a School Resource Officer, he is a coach at North Caroline High School.
Corporal Bailey posted a winning record and swept two-time conference-champ Easton during the regular season.Read more here: http://m.myeasternshoremd.com/image_12f0b48d-bb59-5fb4-9619-10ac7685e6d3.html?mode=jqm
On March 17, 2015, Sheriff Randy Bounds and the Caroline County Commissioners recognized Corporal Jake Andrew for his 10 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Caroline County, Maryland. During this time Sheriff Bounds gave examples of various situations over the years where Cpl. Andrew displayed courage and commitment to our county citizens.
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Former Caroline County Sheriff, Lewis C. Andrew of Denton, Maryland passed away on March 16, 2015. He was 86 years old. Born in Burrsville, MD on April 26, 1928, Sheriff Andrew was the son of the late William Elijah Andrew and Mary Lolita Chance Andrew. He had lived in Caroline County all of his life and was a 1945 graduate of Caroline High School in Denton. Sheriff Andrew was Sheriff of Caroline County from 1961 until 1994.
Read more: Former Caroline County Sheriff Passes On
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