By Florida Institute of Technology // September 28, 2017
Hodges University’s Career Services is hosting a Legal/Criminal Justice Information and Career Expo on Oct. 3.
The session is 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on the Fort Myers campus in the Building U Student Union, 4501 Colonial Blvd.
Community and career information will be available from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, attorneys, court systems and correctional facilities. This event is open to the public.
Please dress professionally and bring your resume. Potential job opportunities include correctional officer,
Sedalia Bombers slugger Andrew Warner has a good eye.
Bearded and 6-foot-2, Warner lumbers to the plate to the sounds of Marvin Gaye and leans back to examine the defense. There is a hearty smack when he squares up a pitch, often not in proportion to a swing that appears effortless, like a flick of the wrist.
With the season at stake in the MINK League Playoffs, Warner walked and scored twice and drove the game-winning double far enough for Trey Harris — never the fastest in a lineup — to score from first.
From swatting homers to taking walks, Warner’s plate discipline is a product of sharp vision. He brings the same attention to detail to crime scene investigation photography as a criminal justice major at Columbia College.
“I’m just seeing (the ball) well,” Warner said. “Feeling good, finally.”
A knee injury relegated Warner to a designated hitter’s role for Sedalia. He’s just happy
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NEW PHILADELPHIA Sheriff Walt Wilson is ending his 37-year career in law enforcement. The retiring sheriff has been involved in some of the highest profile cases in Tuscarawas County history.
He has worked to improve crime scene investigation and emergency response times through an improved communications systems — and sought a serial killer.
“When you have those kinds of cases, the golden moment is when you know who did it and you apprehend them,” Wilson said. “You put more stress on yourself than anyone because you want to solve the case, and when you finally get the break you need — and usually the evidence and a confession — it’s a sense of relief and a great feeling to reach that point.”
SEEKING A SERIAL KILLER
On Saturday, April 1, 1989, then Detective Wilson was among officers called to the scene after Donnie