Caro­line sher­iff’s of­fice deputies pro­moted to cor­po­rals

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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.

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