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Citadel News Service

For Release
July 26, 2004

Police Corps to graduate 15

           The South Carolina Police Corps will conduct its 2004 graduation ceremony at 11 a.m., Friday July 30, at The Citadel's Holliday Alumni Center, 69 Hagood Ave.

           At the commencement 15 graduates will be sworn in as South Carolina law enforcement officers. They will go on to serve in police agencies in the upstate and coastal regions of South Carolina.

           The commencement speaker will be Michael Costigan, Police Corps national director.

           The South Carolina Police Corps is a federal scholarship and police-training program located at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. Cadets are competitively selected and must complete a baccalaureate or graduate degree and 18 weeks of rigorous summer training at The Citadel. Upon completion, graduates agree to serve with a South Carolina police agency for a minimum of four years to fulfill their scholarship contract.

Hometown Agency
Anthony Bixler Irmo Richland Co. Sheriff's Office
Cameron Brown Walterboro Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office
Daniel Caufield Adams Run Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office
Thomas Costanzo Mt. Pleasant Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office
Timothy Cromer Lexington Charleston Police Department
Amanda Eisman Columbia Richland Co. Sheriff's Office
Michael Epperson Charleston Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office
Dylan Grant Charleston Charleston Police Department
Christopher Lanoue Murrells Inlet Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office
Eric Light Jacksonville, AL Charleston Police Department
Matthew Metrinko Okeechobee, FL Beaufort Co. Sheriff's Office
Adam Midgett Summerville Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office
Keenan Price Cayce Richland Co. Sheriff's Office
Matthew Smith Belton Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office
Hans Weinmueller Greenville Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office





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