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ACSO personnel recognized for outstanding service

by STAFF REPORT
Staff Report | February 14, 2023 3:27 PM

RITZVILLE — Deputies and staff at the Adams County Sheriff’s Office recognized their fellow employees for outstanding effort in 2022 at the ACSO awards dinner last week.

Awards winners were chosen by their peers, wrote Adams County Sheriff Dale Wagner in a statement.

Karen Hickey was chosen as dispatcher of the year, and Seth Hinkle was corrections deputy of the year. Angel Valverde was chosen as deputy of the year.

Supervisor of the year went to Detective Corporal Cale Yount, with an honorable mention to Sergeant Juan Garcia. Deputy Tanner Gilbert took the Buckle Award.

Wagner recognized Undersheriff Adolfo Coronado, giving him the Sheriff’s Award.

“I want to recognize each team member as outstanding, with a clear desire to serve our community.” Wagner wrote. “Adams County is blessed for having this amazing group of men and women.”

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Seth Hinkle, left, received the Adams County Sheriff’s Office corrections deputy of the year award from Sheriff Dale Wagner at the ACSO awards dinner.

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Detective Corporal Cale Yount, left, was named as supervisor of the year at the Adams County Sheriff’s Office awards dinner. The award was presented by Sheriff Dale Wagner.

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Tanner Gilbert, left, received the Buckle award from Adams County Sheriff’ Dale Wagner at the department’s awards dinner.

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Sergeant Juan Garcia received supervisor of the year honorable mention at the annual Adams County Sheriff’s Office awards dinner.

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The Adams County Sheriff’s Office deputy of the year was awarded to Deputy Angel Valverde.

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Adams County Undersheriff Adolfo Coronado, left, was recognized by Sheriff Dale Wagner at the department’s award dinner.