• New Police Sergeant

    new sgtOn Wednesday, Aug. 7, Pacific Grove Police Chief Myers (third from left) held the swearing-in ceremony for our newest Police Sergeant, Orlando Perez (center). The Department now has a strong core of experienced sergeants, two of whom have an in-depth knowledge of the community – Sgt. Jeff Fenton and Sgt. Roxane Viray – and two who bring a wealth of knowledge from other departments – Sgt. Carl Lafata and Sgt. Orlando Perez. Also in the photo are Councilmembers Ken Cuneo and Alan Cohen, Mrs. Perez, Mayor Bill Kampe and City Manager Tom Frutchey.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 15, 2013

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