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Detective Bob Mack Retires Along With Promotion, New Hires

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  Original Published: 7/7/2013  Richland County Sheriff's Detective Bob Mack was given a rousing ovation during a ceremony held Friday afternoon at the Sheriff's Office.   Mack served as a detective for 22 years and Sheriff Steve Sheldon said he will be hard to replace.  Shelby native, Sheriff's Deputy Brad Henderson, was promoted to sergeant during the ceremony after having been with the department for eight years.   Two new Sheriff's Deputies were also sworn into duty in Jeff Myers of Bellville and former Plymouth Police Officer Reggie Ganzhorn.   Sworn in as a new corrections officer was Kaitlyn Arnold of New Washington, a graduate of Buckeye Central High School and Pioneer Career and Techology Center.
   
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