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District 9 residents honored at Sheriff's Office graduation


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Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon congratulates the following residents from District 9 who graduated from the Erie County Sheriff's Office Jail Management Division Basic Corrections Training on March 8, 2013:
  • Deputy Scott Henry of Blasdell
  • Deputy Richard Metzger of Lackawanna 
  • Corrections Officer Robert Przybyszewski of South Buffalo
  • Deputy Laurel Windrum of Hamburg  

"Congratulations and thank you to all the graduates for
their service to Erie County," said Legislator Dixon.