Thursday 14 Dec 2017

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Long-Serving Officers Retiring From Law Enforcement

With two retirements, Wayne County will lose over 90-years in combined law enforcement experience.

Major Fane Greenfield and Captain Kenneth Pennington are retiring from their law enforcement duties.  Sheriff Larry Pierce recognized both Greenfield and Pennington’s service at Tuesday’s Wayne County Board of Commissioners meeting.

Greenfield has 43-years experience with Wayne County law enforcement — 33-years with the sheriff’s office and ten-years as the Chief of the Cherry Hospital Police.

Pennington has been with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office for 50-years, making him the longest serving deputy in the county’s history.

Greenfield and Pennington are both retiring at the end of the year.

Maj. Fane Greenfield (center) is thanked for his 43-years in law enforcement by members of the Wayne County Board and Sheriff Larry Pierce

Capt. Kenneth Pennington (left) is recognized by Sheriff Larry Pierce for his 50-years with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office

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