2 honored at law enforcement meeting

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A retired law-enforcement commander and outgoing parole supervisor were honored during a monthly meeting earlier this week as officials called them “two of Madera County’s top public servants.”

Karen Sandusky, who retired last month from her position as investigation commander for the Madera County Narcotic Enforcement Team, was honored alongside Sylvia Rodriguez, unit supervisor for the Madera Parole Unit of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Both were recognized during the Madera County Law Enforcement Leaders Association (MCLELA) monthly “Meeting of the Minds.” The gathering brings together the heads of all Madera-area law enforcement to share information and work on cooperation in stopping crime, Madera County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Erica Stuart said.

Both women were applauded by all in attendance for their prolific careers in Central Valley crime prevention, Stuart said...

 

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