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Sheriff's Department employees promoted

April 23, 2003|by TARA REILLY

Four Washington County Sheriff's Department employees received promotions before the County Commissioners on Tuesday.

  • Rodney Dale Weicht was promoted from administrative sergeant to first sergeant, chief of security, at the Washington County Detention Center.

    Weicht, a resident of Smithsburg, was hired as a correctional deputy at the detention center on June 20, 1983. He graduated from Williamsport High School in 1979 and is married with two children.

  • Terri Lynn Blair was promoted from a corporal to a sergeant. Blair, a resident of Keedysville, is the programs coordinator at the Washington County Detention Center.

    Blair was hired as a clerk typist at the detention center on Aug. 22, 1983. She is a 1982 graduate of Williamsport High School and is married with three children.

  • Craig Thomas Rowe, of Hagerstown, was promoted from a deputy first class to a corporal. He has been a correctional deputy at the Washington County Detention Center since Nov. 18, 1986.

    Rowe graduated from Morton High School in Hammond, Ind. He attended Valparaiso University in 1981 and 1982, and Purdue University from 1982 to 1984. He graduated from Hagerstown Community College on May 21, 2001.

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He is currently attending Shippensburg (Pa.) University, working toward a degree in criminal justice. Rowe is married and has one daughter.

  • Peter Alan Lazich, a resident of Clear Spring, was promoted from a corporal to a sergeant. He is employed in the sheriff's department Patrol Division as the director of the Narcotics Task Force.

    Lazich, a Greencastle, Pa., native, was hired as a patrol deputy with the sheriff's department on Aug. 5, 1991. A 1990 graduate of Penn State University, Lazich received his entrance-level training with the Frederick (Md.) City Police Department.

    He was nominated for Deputy of the Year in 1999 by the Washington County Defense Lawyers' Association.

    Lazich is married and has two sons.

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