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Central Carolina BLET cadets graduate

06.03.2009College GeneralStudents/Graduates

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Central Carolina BLET cadets graduate

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Central Carolina Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training program in Chatham County graduated 11 cadets May 20 in a ceremony at the college’s Chatham Campus in Pittsboro. Those receiving diplomas and awards were (front, from left) John Flynn, of Chapel Hill, Best POPAT score; Jason Hensley, of Aberdeen, Highest Academic Average and State Exam Award; Brandon Kidd, of Pittsboro, Most Improved Physical Fitness Award; Jesse Urban, of Durham; and Anthony Norton, of Siler City: (back row) David Chestnutt and Robert Petty, both of Siler City; Robert Miller, of Raleigh, Top Gun Marksmanship and Leadership awards; Johnathan Moody, of Siler City; Erik Mortensen, of Moncure, and Robert Zajda, of Siler City. The cadets completed 624 hours of law enforcement training, 12 weeks of physical training, and passed a comprehensive written exam administered by the N.C. Criminal Justice Training and Standards Division.

Central Carolina BLET cadets graduate

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Central Carolina Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training day program in Lee County graduated 17 cadets May 21 in a ceremony at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. Those graduating and receiving awards were (front, from left) Jordan Kyle Wall, of Sanford; Jason Clutter, of Cameron, Harnett County, Academic Achievement Award; David Stone, of Lillington, Highest State Exam Award; Jonathan Matthews, of Sanford; and Ryan Sasser, of Mamers; (second row) Ron Trombley, of Pittsboro, Leadership Award; Joseph Brewer III, of Sanford; Derek Holloman, of Erwin, Best POPAT Score; and Matthew Collins, of Siler City; (third row) Randall McGehee, of Sanford; Jared Knowlton, of Pittsboro, Most Improved Physical Fitness Award; and Leonard Joseph Scinta, of Lillington; (fourth row) Ryan Born, of Broadway; Tyler Killman, of Cameron, Harnett County, Highest Academic Average Award, Physical Fitness Leadership Award, and Jimmy J. Collins Memorial Top Gun Marksmanship Award; David Deshaies, of Sanford, 100 Percent Physical Fitness Award; Josh Jones, of Fuquay-Varina, Top Physical Fitness Award; and Jerry Dale Quick, of Broadway. The cadets completed 624 hours of law enforcement training, 12 weeks of physical training, and passed a comprehensive written exam administered by the N.C. Criminal Justice Training and Standards Division.

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