LEWISBURG (WVDN) – The Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department has welcomed two new members to their department.
Shane Hunter Peacock and Kaleb Lee Helmick took their oath of office on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Their oaths were administered by Chief Circuit Judge Jennifer P. Dent.
Prior to his enlistment with the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department, Peacock served the citizens of Pocahontas County as a deputy sheriff.
After completion of an abbreviated field officer training program, he will be ready to assume his duties in Greenbrier County. Peacock is anxious to begin serving the citizenry of Greenbrier County as a deputy sheriff.
Helmick is a life-long resident of Greenbrier County and is also eager to begin his new career. Although he will not be working independently until his graduation from the West Virginia State Police Academy and completion of his field officer training program, the sheriff’s department said they expect that he will be a tremendous asset to our department and the county.
“We are pleased that these two young men have chosen careers in public service, and they will be doing so with our agency. We appreciate the commitment they are making to the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department, the citizens of Greenbrier County and the law enforcement profession,” said Sheriff Bruce Sloan.
|Greenbrier County Chief Circuit Judge Jennifer P. Dent administers the oath office to Shane Hunter Peacock.|
|Greenbrier County Chief Circuit Judge Jennifer P. Dent administers the oath office to Kaleb Lee Helmick.|
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