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Lexington County Sheriff’s Department announces latest promotions

Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon recently promoted five deputies, two correctional officers and two civilian employees.

Chris Burnett, 30, has been promoted to field training officer in the patrol division. Burnett, a resident of Gaston, previously served as a deputy in the department’s south region, which is based near Pelion. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in February 2015.

Ryan Hoover, 29, has been promoted to resident deputy in Pelion. Hoover, a resident of Pelion, previously served as a patrol deputy assigned to Chapin. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in September 2014.

Brandon Keisler, 36, has been promoted to PC LAN specialist III. Keisler, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a PC LAN specialist II. He was hired in September 2014.

Dustin Pollard, 28, has been promoted to field training officer in the patrol division. Pollard, a resident of Columbia, previously served as a deputy in the department’s north region, which is based near Irmo. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in July 2014.

William Stevens, 42, has been promoted to master correctional officer in the Lexington County Detention Center. Stevens, a resident of Cayce, previously served as a correctional officer. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in April 2009.

Nina West, 30, has been promoted to information technology manager. West, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a PC LAN specialist III. She was hired in April 2009.

Van Williams, 38, has been promoted to resident deputy in Dixiana. Williams, a resident of North Augusta, previously served as a deputy in the department’s south region, which is based near Pelion. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in October 2014.

Daniel Wood, 26, has been promoted to master deputy in the warrant division. Wood, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a deputy in the warrant division. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in March 2013.

Bobby York, 39, has been promoted to master correctional officer in the Lexington County Detention Center. York, a resident of Columbia, previously served as a correctional officer. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in December 2008.

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