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Scott County Sheriff’s Office Hosts Christmas Party, Honors Employees

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By Tammy Moore Teague
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office held a Christmas party at the fair grounds on Sunday, December 2 at 4 p.m.
Approximately 60 people attended the annual event. Those attending included the employees and families from the jail, collectors office and sheriff’s department.
During this time, Scott County Deputy Jonathan Woodard received a Valor Award. This award was presented to Woodard following the officer involved shooting which occurred at Nella. Woodard has been a deputy within the department for the past eight years.
Additional awards went to Jamie Goff, who was voted “Best Dispatcher,” Abbie Sparks, who was named “Female Jailer of the Year,” Nathan Sneed, who was named “Male Jailer of the Year,” Sean McNevin, who was awarded “Control Tower Operator of the Year,” and Joey Bolin, who was named “Deputy of the Year.”
Employees of the department presented the sheriff with a Case knife and keepsake box with the Sheriffs Prayer. Scott County Sheriff’s Office Dispatcher Jamie Goff said, “We had a great night celebrating Christmas, with food and fellowship. We are so thankful to work for Sheriff Shores and we appreciate all the work Randy and Terri Pyles did to make the Christmas party a success!”
 

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