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6 Auxiliary Police officers earn their badges

Bill Miller receives his police badge from his wife Catherine during pinning ceremonies on Friday. He and five other auxiliary police officers earned their badges by completing a more than 400-hour training course.

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Bill Miller receives his police badge from his wife Catherine during pinning ceremonies on Friday. He and five other auxiliary police officers earned their badges by completing a more than 400-hour training course.

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  • Roger LaLonde Staff
Members of the Marco Island Auxiliary Police received their badges on Friday after completing a riqorous 400-plus-hour police academy training course. From left, are Don Schwartz, Shawn Hurtley, Bill Miller, Joshua Hogue, Alan Brown and Chuck Ludwigsen.
  • Marco Police Chief Thom Carr watches Michelle Hurtley pin on her husband Shawn's police badge he earned by completing a more than 400-hour auxiliary police training course during special pinning ceremonies on Friday.
  • Robin Brown pins her husband Alan's police badge on him during pinning ceremonies for the Marco Island Auxiliary Police. Brown and five others completed more than a 400-hour training course to earn their badges.
  • Marco Police Auxiliary Officer Don Schwartz, has his badge pinned on him by Chief Thom Carr during pinning ceremonies after completing more than 400 hours of training through the Auxiliary Police Academy.
  • Chuck Ludwigsen watches his wife Jennifer pin his police badge on him, with Marco Police Chief Thom Carr observing, during pinning ceremonies at the Joliet Police Department on Friday.  Ludwigsen and five other auliiary police officers completed an arduous training course to earn their badges.
  • Bill Miller receives his police badge from his wife Catherine during pinning ceremonies on Friday. He and five other auxiliary police officers earned their badges by completing a more than 400-hour training course.
  • Misty Hogue does the honor of putting her husband Joshua's police badge on him during pinning ceremonies to honor six auxiliary officers who completed a more than 400-hour training course to earn their badges. Looking on is Marco Police Chief Thom Carr.
  • Roger LaLonde Staff
Marco Island Police Chief Thom Carr speaks to a packed crowd at the pinning ceremines for six Marco Island Police Auxiliary members who have completed a 400-plus-hour police academy training program. They revceived badges in honor of their hard work.

Six Marco Island Auxiliary Police officers received their badges in a pinning ceremony on Friday at the Marco Island Police Department.

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