New Deputies

New Deputies
Sheriff Scott K. Lindsey
Two new deputy sheriffs have started their duties with Texas County. Glynn P. Bramwell started with the Sheriff’s office on May 15. Patrick M. Kelley’s first shift was May 29.
Glynn Bramwell currently resides in Mtn. Grove with his wife Carly. Glynn and Carly are planning on relocating to Texas County in the near future. Glynn is a graduate of Centennial High School in Corona, Calif. Glynn obtained his Missouri POST license and basic law enforcement training at Blue River Metropolitan Community College in Independence. Glynn has approximately 10-years law enforcement experience with agencies in the Kansas City area. Glynn also has 18-years experience with the U. S. Army, including combat deployments. Glynn will be serving Texas County as a patrol deputy. 
Patrick Kelley currently resides in the Ben Davis area of Texas County with his wife Cassie and children. Patrick is a graduate of Mansfield High School. Patrick was previously employed by Western Dairy Transport in Cabool, prior to deciding to pursue a career in law enforcement. Patrick obtained his Missouri POST license and basic law enforcement training from the Missouri Sheriff’s Association law enforcement academy at West Plains, graduating on May 22. Patrick will be serving Texas County as a patrol deputy. 
Sheriff Scott Lindsey’s comments: I am pleased to announce the hire of Glynn Bramwell and Patrick Kelley. With these positions filled, it will put our department back to full staff for patrol deputies for the first time since January. I felt like it was important to take our time and make sure that we found quality individuals that could work well with our staff. Glynn has solid experience to work with as he learns Texas County. I believe Patrick will make up for his lack of experience with enthusiasm about a new career and the opportunity to train with experienced deputies. Additionally, it will be an added benefit to have Patrick living in an area of the county where we do not have any other deputies. Both Bramwell and Kelley will receive additional hands on training from field training officers before working alone.


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