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Cheryl A. Stewart and Lewis ...
Cheryl A. Stewart and Lewis K. Johnson, Jr., of the Tallahassee Police Department were promoted to the rank of Major on Friday June 6, 2008.
is the first female to achieve that rank as a member of the TPD
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"You two set a standard of ...
"You two set a standard of service that few people can emulate," said Capt. Cheryl Stewart of the Tallahassee Police Department, at an awards ceremony Thursday afternoon.
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Cheryl Stewart, Tallahassee Police Department
"The trust of our community is ...
"The trust of our community is paramount to our success in fighting crime and keeping our citizens safe," said TPD Deputy Chief Cheryl Stewart in a news release.
"In my 23 years of law ...
"In my 23 years of law enforcement, I have never had to deal with a more disturbing and emotional crime," said Deputy Police Chief Cheryl Stewart during a news conference Wednesday at TPD headquarters.
has partnered with Crime Stoppers and Lamar Outdoor Advertising to publicize the need for more information, Stewart
TPD Deputy Chief Cheryl Stewart speaks Wednesday at a press conference to announce a $10,000 reward for information in the deaths of Brandi Peters and her three children.
TPD Deputy Chief Cheryl Stewart speaks Wednesday at a press conference to announce a $10,000 reward for information in the deaths of Brandi Peters and her three children.(PHIL SEARS/Democrat)