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Two Veteran Mansfield Police Officers Promoted
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  Originally Published on: 2/19/2014

Two veteran officers with the Mansfield Police Department are moving up in rank, following a promotional ceremony.

Twenty-year veteran Sgt. Robert Skropits was promoted to the rank of lieutenant, being given the oath of office by Mansfield Service-Safety Director Lori Cope, and says he's looking forward to help further developing the police force.

And, 23-year veteran patrol officer Angela Eichinger now assumes the rank of sergeant after taking the oath of offfice from Cope.

Eichinger formerly was a first-shift patrol officer and field training officer who will now become an immediate first-line supervising officer as part of her new duties.

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