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August 27, 2002

Four Dougherty County Police officers get promotions.

Sgt. James Harris has been promoted to Lieutenant. The 12-year-department veteran will be an Assistant Shift Commander.

Sgt. Jason Hager has been promoted to Lieutenant. Hager is a seven-year department veteran.

Patrol Officer Eric Hermann is promoted to Sergeant. Hermann has been with the Dougherty County Police 16 years.

And Officer Steve Mitchum is promoted to Sergeant.

Chief Bill Kicklighter said, "These promotions have been due for quite some time now, and we've been holding up until we got some other things resolved. They were promoted effective yesterday."

Chief Kicklighter says these promotions will help the Dougherty County Police Department with their efficiency.

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