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Eight Williamson sheriff's deputies graduate from training academy

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From left: Deputies Chase Karaczewski (class president, Driving Award, Top Shot Award, Academic Award), Scott Shirley, Blake Simoneaux (Physical Fitness Award), Ashley Lindquist, Chief Deputy Mark Elrod, Sheriff Dusty Rhoades, Angela Wright, Kristen Chilcutt, Chris Ricciardi and James Garcia.

Eight new Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies received their badges and certificates in June at the Williamson County Enrichment Center during graduation from the WCSO Detention Training Academy.  

The WCSO is one of only six agencies in Tennessee certified to have its own training academy.         

Sheriff Dusty Rhoades and Chief Deputy Mark Elrod welcomed the new class of deputies to the WCSO.

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