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PHOTOS FROM THE 2017 SHOP-WITH-A-COP AT THE FLOYD BLVD WALMART

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SGT. DAVE BENSON'S RETIREMENT

After 24 years and 9 months with the S.O. and a total of 42 years in law enforcement, Sgt. Dave Benson retired December 15, 2017.  We can't say enough about the impact Dave had on our office and our community over the years.  Dave worked DARE, Community Policing, Patrol, SWAT, and Civil and left a lasting impression on a lot of people in Woodbury County.  He will be missed to say the least.  God Bless and good luck with your retirement, Dave.  Thank you for everything you did to make our office better.

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RINGING THE BELL FOR THE SALVATION ARMY

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WCSO FILLS THE TRUCK FOR THE SALVATION ARMY AT THE WALMART STORE

On Saturday, December 2nd, members of the Sheriff's Office got the chance to help the Salvation Army fill their truck at the Singing Hills Walmart Store with donations of toys and clothing for needy children. Always a great thing when you get the chance to help out with events like this.  God Bless and Thank you. 

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CAPT. LYNETTE PHILLIPS RECEIVES APPRECIATION AWARD FROM ISSDA

During the ISSDA 2017 Winter School held in Des Moines this past week, Capt. Lynette Phillips from the Woodbury County Sheriff's Office was honored for her years of service on the ISSDA Jails Committee.  Recently, Capt. Phillips decide to step down from the committee and the ISSDA recognized her by presenting her with a plaque. Also pictured ISSDA President Lonnie Pulkrabek from Johnson County, Iowa.

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SPECIAL THANKS TO LIBBY AND LAKEN FOR THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CHRISTMAS WREATHS

These two special girls took the time to make Woodbury County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Randy Uhl and SCPD Officer Dylan Grimsley these beautiful law enforcement wreaths for the holidays.  The young ladies ordered all of the materials you see on the wreaths and then put them together.  What a wonderful surprise for Sgt. Uhl and Officer Grimsley!  Libby and Laken, all of local law enforcement wants to thank you for thinking of us during the holidays and thanking us for our service.  We appreciate your thoughtfulness and God Bless both of you.   

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FUN HAD BY ALL AT THE DOWNTOWN HOLIDAY LIGHTED PARADE

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SIOUX CITY COUNCIL RECOGNIZES FIRST RESPONDERS THAT ASSISTED WITH A VEHICLE THAT WENT INTO THE MISSOURI RIVER

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COFFEE WITH A COP

On Thursday, October 26th, Johnnie Mars Family Restaurant hosted Charlie Stone and KSCJ's new morning program, Coffee with a Cop.  The program will take place once a month with deputies and officers from law enforcement agencies in the area, taking calls from the public and conversing with Charlie Stone, the radio host. The innaugural show featured interviews with Sheriff Dave Drew, Sgt. Jim Bauerly, Sgt. Dave Benson, Deputy Jim McCrystal, and Deputy Zane Chwirka.  We had a great time and can't wait to get asked to do it again.

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MORNINGSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD TRUNK OR TREAT

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SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL MILITARY UNITS AND THEIR FAMILIES WITH TRUNK-OR-TREAT

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 WOODBURY COUNTY HALLOWEEN 2017

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Major Todd Wieck with his grandkids, Halle, Elcie and Eli.

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(Left) Lt. Charlie Hertz, (Right) Lt. Don Armstrong were passing out candy to the kids.

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Reserve Deputy Steve Pickering with trick-r-treaters.

 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY BACON FEST FUND RAISER 2017

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Woodbury County Sheriff's Office representatives for the bacon eating contest. (Left) C.O. Devon Groenhagen and (Right) C. O. Anthony Thomas.  Side note:  They lost. 

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Sgt. Jim Bauerly and his partner Bosco doing a K-9 demo at the Habitat For Humanity Bacon Fest fund raiser.

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Court Security Officer Jerry Cruz with his new best friend.