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Marion County Sheriff's Office welcomes two new Sergeants

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On Friday, April 4th, Kate Abraham and Warren McDaniel were sworn in as Institutions Division Sergeants by Sheriff Jason Myers. They took the place of Sergeants who have retired.

Sergeant Abraham grew up in the Stayton and Sublimity area and first started with the office as a 15-year-old volunteer with their Search and Rescue division. In the mid-90s, she started working for the Department of Forestry as a firefighter. After three years she returned to the MCSO. Clearly, she's more than qualified to take on this important role.

Sergeant McDaniel is from the Scio and Lebanon area and served in the U.S. Air Force as a Munition Systems Specialist. He then became a mechanic before being hired by MCSO in 2008. He's held several specialty positions in the office including being a member of the Security Threat Group Team. His knowledge of the office will be a strong asset for the MCSO.

Sheriff Myers is happy with the new additions to the Office's Leadership Team. He told the group gathered to witness the swearing in, "These two new Sergeants are going to do a great job for our office and community."



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