New Deputy Graduation from Mohave County Sheriff’s Office

Published by The Bee News

December 19, 2019

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The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office would like to introduce our two newest deputies who graduated from the Western Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy on Friday (12/13). Laurel Holdway and Joshua Bare
completed a 20 week academy where they gained knowledge in criminal and traffic law, criminal investigation, defensive tactics, and much more. Chief Deputy Dean McKie presented our newest deputies
with their Mohave County Sheriff’s Office badge, and a family member was invited on stage to pin them on their uniform. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is proud of our newest deputies for all of the hard work
and dedication they have already given to this department, and we want to congratulate them on this incredible accomplishment.

From left to right: Chief Deputy Dean McKie, Lieutenant Jason Elsbury, Deputy Joshua Bare, Undersheriff
Ed Trafecanty, Deputy Laurel Holdway, and Lieutenant Steve Padilla.

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