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Sheriff's Office says hello to newbies, goodbye to a veteran

Capt. Nelson retires after 40 years of service


Last updated 6/30/2021 at 6:31pm

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

New deputies Sirgio Rodriguez and Salvador Torres recently graduated from the Basica Law Enforcement Academy.

PASCO – The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is welcoming new deputies while also saying goodbye to a longtime employee.

Over the last week, the office announced that Alexis Marks, Sirgio Rodriguez and Salvador Torres have joined the county's law enforcement team.

Rodriguez and Torres recently graduated from the Basic Law Enforcement Academy and are ready to begin local training, the Sheriff's Office reported. Marks will attend the law enforcement academy this fall and join the patrol ranks after she graduates.

Meanwhile, Capt. Ronelle Nelson has retired after 40 years of service.

"We are extremely grateful for Capt. Ronelle Nelson and all of her years of selfless service to our community," a Sheriff's Office social media post said.

Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Capt. Ronelle Nelson, center, is retiring from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office after 40 years of service.


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