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Clarksburg Patrolman Promoted After 17 Years of Service
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on November 09, 2012 @ 3:21PM
Created on November 08, 2012 @ 6:47PM
After 17 years of serving his city, a respected Clarksburg patrolman was promoted Thursday morning.

Michael Kiddy became a sergeant after almost two decades of service. Chief Marshall Goff said he was honored and pleased at the promotion ceremony. Sergeant Kiddy, who's brother is a state trooper, has always been well-respected in the department.
A lot of the officers look up to him and he hopes he can lead them well in his new role.
"Hopefully with my experience and everything, I can kind of, hopefully some of that will rub off on them and they can do their job a little bit better," he said.

Sgt. Kiddy's promotion is just one of some changes in the department. Sergeant Michael Walsh and Patrolman Paul Graeber became detectives not long after former detective Dave Wygal retired.

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