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LCPD honors officers, staff at 33rd Annual Honors and Awards banquet

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LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) -

The Lake Charles Police Department honored officers and staff members at the 33rd Annual Honors and Awards banquet held Thursday night.

Among the award recipients were: Cpl. Larry Moss, Officer of the Year; Officer Tony "Ryan" Magee, Patrol Officer of the Year; Officer Anthony Malveaux, Rookie of the Year; Cpl. Rebecca Reed, Investigator of the Year; Cpl. George Miller, SRT Officer of the Year; Lt. Don Bradley, Supervisor of the Year; and Records Clerk Virginia Greer, Support Employee of the Year.

The Valor Award went to Officer Tony "Ryan" Magee. The Humanitarian Award went to Cpl. Michael Flurry. The Candi Heard McFatter Award of Professionalism went to Sgt. Fletcher Idom.

The Outstanding Citizens of the Year were Billy Navarre, Findley Hilliard and Sam Watkins.

Receiving Merit Awards were: Cpl. Jason Derise, Cpl. Colby Thompson, Cpl. Dustin Gaudet, Sgt. Franklin Fondel, Evidence Officer Jordan Ashworth, Officer Eddie McCue, Cpl. Harold Nevels, Sgt. Craig Wright, Officer Brad Puckett, Cpl. Mayo Romero, Cpl. Garret Puckett and Communications Officer Maria Kahrs.

To see a sideshow of award recipients, click HERE.

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