Grimes County’s finest once again honored those they consider their finest, at this year’s Crimestopper Banquet Saturday night.
Crimestopper President Richard Grimes, bestowed Randy Farquar with this Year’s Dispatcher of the Year title, while giving Jailer of the Year honors to William Ferris.
Reserve Officer was revealed as Mark Tel-Thorster, while support person of the year went to Trooper Jason Dominguez.
And then the moment everyone thought they were waiting for – the announcement of 2015’s Officer of the Year, DPS Trooper William Ketler.
But then, Grimes yielded the mic to Deputy John Wren who could barely compose himself as he announced Crimestoppers very first lifetime achievement award winner, Andrew Cap Turner, for his 46 years of local law enforcement service.
Previous to his retirement just last month, wren reported that turner had worked under more than a dozen Sheriffs and Navasota Police Chiefs.