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Seward Police Dept. has a full house

 

Wolfgang Kurtz | The Seward Phoenix LOG

An empty position for patrol officer was filled by Morgan Woodard (left) as he was sworn in on Monday by Seward Assistant Clerk Brenda Ballou (right). Police Department Chief Tom Clemons (center) remarked on the new hire by informing Woodard that he'd just stepped into a whole new world saying that police work is completely different. Of course Clemons waited until after the swearing in to make the point.

An empty position for patrol officer was filled by Morgan Woodard as he was sworn in on Monday by Seward Assistant Clerk Brenda Ballou. He is leaving his 11-year career with the U.S. Coast Guard to join the Seward Police Department and most recently served with the crew and staff of Seward's USCG Cutter Mustang. He and his wife Andra, who is also posted with the Mustang, plan to remain in Seward for the foreseeable future. Police Department Chief Tom Clemons remarked on the new hire by informing Woodard that he'd just stepped into a whole new world saying that police work is completely different. Of course Clemons waited until after the swearing in to make the point.

 
 

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endoroad writes:

From the cameras angle I can see he's still wet behind the ears :-) Good Luck

 
 
 

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