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Background Information

Employment History

Detective

Thurston County Sheriff's Office


Position, Community

Thurston County Sheriff's Office


Offensive Assistant and Runningbacks

Shockers Football


Gang Detective


Web References(5 Total References)


2007 Coaching Staff

www.shockersfootball.org [cached]

Gene DuPrey, Offensive Assistant/RunningbacksRunning Backs coach Gene DuPrey brings experience both as a player and a coach at many different levels.He is a graduate of Timberline High School and signed on with law enforcement shortly thereafter.He has been involved with youth football since 1985 as both an assistant and ultimately a championship head coach.Gene played for two years as a Shocker lineman, starting as the oldest player on the team before retiring last season to coach the running backs.His law enforcement honors include being named 1999 Officer of the Year for the Thurston County Sheriff's Office for his service to the community.This service included involvement with local youth sports and his dedicated work with a major undercover operation with the United States Drug Enforcement Agency.The undercover DEA work led to a large seizure of drugs and cash, which also included 54 arrests in the Yelm area.He currently holds the rank of Detective with the Thurston County Sheriff's office and is assigned to the Special Enforcement Team/Major Crimes Unit.He works meth related crimes, career criminals and is also a Gang Detective.He recently received an official commendation for his solving a major homicide case, the "Soeby Homicide," that initially started with nothing more than a rumor.He enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids.He also likes to lift weights and take long walks with his dogs.And as often as possible, he enjoys camping, fishing and hunting.


www.theolympian.com

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect or suspects is asked to call Detective Gene DuPrey at 360-791-1641.


Gene DuPrey - Defensive Coordinator 2008

www.shockersfootball.org [cached]

Gene DuPrey - Defensive Coordinator (2008)
Gene DuPrey brings experience both as a player and a coach at many different level to the Shockers entering his fourth season. He is a graduate of Timberline High School and signed on with law enforcement shortly thereafter. He has been involved with youth football since 1985 as both an assistant and ultimately a championship head coach. Gene played for two years as a Shocker lineman, starting as the oldest player on the team (at the time) before retiring and coaching running backs after tearing a knee ligament in 2006. Gene was awarded the 1995 Jack DuPrey Sportsmanship Award as the head coach of a Junior Division team in the Black Hills Junior Football League.


www.theolympian.com

Thurston County sheriff's detective Eugene Duprey testified Monday that during an interview Kerby admitted to killing Haag.


www.theolympian.com

Thurston County Sheriff's Detective Gene Duprey and Dominique Jinhong, a deputy prosecuting attorney, listen to Debora Podkowa's presentation during a seminar about methamphetamine Tuesday at the Lacey Community Center.(Steve Bloom/The Olympian)


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