Flagler County Detectives Receive Local Organization’s Officer Of The Year Award

By on August 15, 2017 in WNDB News

Flagler County, FL – Two Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) detectives have received the local American Legion Post’s Officer of the Year Award.

On Monday night, Troop Commander David Hammond presented Detectives Annie Conrad and Jody Glasgow with the American Legion Post 115’s Officer of the Year award. Pictured above is Undersheriff Jack Bisland, Commander Steve Brandt, Detective Eric Glasgow, Detective Jody Glasgow, Chief Rick Ramirez, Detective Annie Conrad, and Chris Conrad.

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a veteran’s organization. Its mission is to mentor youth and sponsor local community programs. The Flagler County post meets at VFW post 8696 on the 2nd Monday of every month.

Conrad and Glasgow received the award for their tireless efforts in the Charles Singer missing person’s case in March. The case later turned into a homicide investigation and with Conrad and Glasgow’s hard work, Dorothy Singer was arrested for 1st-degree murder on May 8.

“Detectives Conrad and Glasgow did an outstanding job handling the Singer case this year and are deserving of this honor and recognition,” said Flagler County Sheriff, Rick Staly. “They worked tirelessly on this case and put all of their training to good use throughout the investigation. I am proud them.”

(Conrad and Glasgow with American Legion Officers)

(Conrad and Glasgow with Undersheriff Jack Bisland)

Photos courtesy of the FCSO.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2017.


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