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Cazenovia police officers recognized by county for DWI enforcement

Members of the Cazenovia Police Department were recognized by Madison County last week for their outstanding records enforcing DWI laws. From left, Cazenovia Police Sgt. Karen Zaleski, Chief Michael Hayes, Officer Christopher Manion and Officer Richard Bennett attended the 25th annual Law Enforcement Day luncheon in Wampsville, where Zaleski, Manion and Bennett all received awards. Also honored, but not present, were Cazenovia PD Officers Stephen White and George Millet.

Members of the Cazenovia Police Department were recognized by Madison County last week for their outstanding records enforcing DWI laws. From left, Cazenovia Police Sgt. Karen Zaleski, Chief Michael Hayes, Officer Christopher Manion and Officer Richard Bennett attended the 25th annual Law Enforcement Day luncheon in Wampsville, where Zaleski, Manion and Bennett all received awards. Also honored, but not present, were Cazenovia PD Officers Stephen White and George Millet. Photo by Jason Emerson.

— The Karl Taylor Award has been given annually since 2000 in honor of former Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Karl Taylor, who distinguished himself with his dedication to keeping communities and roads safe for all local residents.

Cazenovia officers Zaleski, Bennett and Manion were present at the ceremony to receive their awards, as was Cazenovia Police Chief Michael Hayes.

“I’m just proud of all my guys,” Hayes said. “We had some very difficult DWI arrests throughout the year, and it’s nice to see them — as well as everyone here today — get recognized for that.”

For more information on the Madison County Stop DWI program, visit madisoncounty.ny.gov/district-attorney/stop-dwi or call the program office at 366-2418.

Jason Emerson is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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