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Crestwood police officer honored

Crestwood police officer honored

The South Side Optimist Club recently presented Crestwood Police Officer Boyd Hoffmeister the Excellence in Service Award at its Respect for Law Program. Hoffmeister has served with distinction since he reported for his first assignment, according to a news release. Pictured, from left, are: Deputy Chief Frank Arnoldy, Chief Michael Paillou, Hoffmeister, Optimist Club President Helen Niemira and Lt. Kevin Avery.

    Crestwood police officer honored

    Crestwood police officer honored

    The South Side Optimist Club recently presented Crestwood Police Officer Boyd Hoffmeister the Excellence in Service Award at its Respect for Law Program. Hoffmeister has served with distinction since he reported for his first assignment, according to a news release. Pictured, from left, are: Deputy Chief Frank Arnoldy, Chief Michael Paillou, Hoffmeister, Optimist Club President Helen Niemira and Lt. Kevin Avery.

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