Caroline sheriff’s office deputies promoted to corporals
DENTON — Caroline County Sheriff Randy Bounds on Tuesday, July 3, promoted two deputies first class, Cody Rzucidlo and Jake Rideout, to corporals, the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office announced in a news release.
Both corporals have five years of service with the sheriff’s office.
Rzucidlo has served in the Uniform Patrol Division as a patrol deputy, and currently is assigned to the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division (CID) as a detective.
As a detective, he actively focuses on high-level crimes against people and property. The CID also conducts various complicated and involved investigations to further target criminals in Caroline County.
Rideout has also served in the Uniform Patrol Division as a patrol deputy, and currently is assigned as the office’s K-9 bloodhound handler.
As a K-9 deputy, specifically for human-tracking and evidence recovery, Rideout and his K-9 partner, Mattis, are routinely asked to help track down criminals who have fled or to search for people in distress who may be lost in the rural environment.