Niagara Gazette

Crime

August 3, 2013

COPS NOTEBOOK: Morality lesson or bad luck?

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Wonder just how he explained that one to his significant other.

 

Up the ranks

 
Kudos to some guys moving up the ranks at the Niagara County Jail (or, as they officially call it, the County Correctional Facility).

 
Capt. Kevin Payne is the new chief jail administrator. A 25-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, Payne started as a part-time corrections officer and has been part of the jailhouse brass since 1996.
Sgt. Aaron Livergood slides into Payne’s vacant captain’s spot. He’s a 12-year veteran in the sheriff’s office.

 
Another 12-year vet, acting Sgt. David Weaver is now a full time sergeant. Jonathan Wilt, a 9-year member of the sheriff’s office, is now an acting sergeant.
Contact reporter Rick Pfeiffer at 282-2311, ext. 2252.
 

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