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Monday, 25 April 2016 13:17

Enfield announces new hire, promotions

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The Enfield Police Department has hired Willie Murphy Jr. to be its new detective sergeant, Chief Tyree Davis announced.

Murphy started his law enforcement career with the Halifax County Sheriff's Office in 2007 and quickly moved up the ranks.

He started as a jail correctional officer, then a patrol deputy, uniform corporal, patrol sergeant, and finally to his last position as a detective sergeant in investigations.

Davis said Murphy resigned from the sheriff’s office earlier this month to join the police department full-time.

He will serve as a detective in the police department.

In the above photos, from left: Davis with Bozard, Murphy and Wiggins.


Davis also announced the following promotions:

Detective Dreher Bozard Jr. to captain.

Bozard has been with the police department since November. “He has proven to be a valuable asset to the department and the Enfield community. We wish Captain Bozard many successful years in his law enforcement career,” Davis said.

Sergeant McCullon Wiggins Jr. to lieutenant.

Wiggins started his law enforcement career in 2000 and was a captain with Durham Tech before starting with the Nash County Sheriff’s Office as a drug interdiction agent.

He started with the Enfield Police Department last July and “has been a great asset to the department,” Davis said.


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