Mid-Shore jail and cor­rec­tional of­fi­cers grad­u­ate

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SAL­IS­BURY — Eight jail and cor­rec­tional of­fi­cers from Dorch­ester, Tal­bot and Caro­line coun­ties grad­u­ated in the 101st en­trance-level class of the Eastern Shore Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Academy op­er­ated by Wor-Wic Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Sal­is­bur y.

Grad­u­a­tion ex­er­cises, which were held in Guer­ri­eri Hall on the col­lege cam­pus, fea­tured a com­mence­ment ad­dress by Kristin Heiser, Wi­comico County as­sis­tant state’s at­tor­ney.

Don­ald Rollyson Jr., as­sis­tant di­rec­tor of the ESCJA, and Carl L. Crum­backer Sr., ESCJA co­or­di­na­tor, presided at the cer­e­mony. Mahlon R. Alle­bach of the Dorch­ester County Depart­ment of Cor­rec­tions was the class speaker.

In ad­di­tion to Alle­bach, grad­u­ates in­cluded In­dia R. Banks, Allen M. Curry and Raven M. Wa­ters of ECI, Dar­rius J. Lyons, Ty­mon­ica A. Ride­out and Karen A. Tay­lor of the Dorch­ester County Depart­ment of Cor­rec­tions; Dou­glas E. Cephas Jr. and An­drew J. Min­ner of the Tal­bot County Depart­ment of Cor­rec­tions; and Trevor B. Han­cock and Joshua B. Scott of the Caro­line County Depart­ment of Cor­rec­tions.

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Mid-Shore jail and cor­rec­tional of­fi­cers who grad­u­ated in the 101st en­trance-level class of the Eastern Shore Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Academy op­er­ated by Wor-Wic Com­mu­nity Col­lege in Sal­is­bury are shown in the front row, from left, Mahlon R. Alle­bach, Dar­rius...

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