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Lexington County Sheriff’s Department announces promotions and transfers

Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon recently promoted seven deputies, one civilian employee and transferred one deputy.

Jay Bonnette, 40, has been promoted to criminal investigator. Bonnette, a resident of Orangeburg, previously served as a deputy in the south region, which is based near Pelion. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in April 2013.

Wallace Cannon, 30, has been promoted to investigator. Cannon, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a deputy in the south region, which is based near Pelion. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in February 2014.

Timothy Franklin, 28, has been promoted to master deputy in patrol. Franklin, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a deputy in the west region, which is based near Gilbert. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in December 2012.

John Gietz, 37, has been promoted to field training officer in patrol. Gietz, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a deputy in the north region, which is based near Irmo. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in February 2013.

John Hatchell, 51, has been promoted to victim assistance officer. Hatchell, a resident of Gilbert, previously served as a deputy in the south region, which is based near Pelion. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in November 2001.

Nick McMillin, 25, has been promoted to field training officer in patrol. McMillin, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a deputy in the north region, which is based near Irmo. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in July 2014.

Brandon C. Miller, 32, has been promoted to patrol sergeant. Miller, a resident of Lexington, previously served as a criminal investigator. He was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in November 2007.

Iyetteyl Taylor, 34, has been transferred to court services deputy. Taylor, a resident of Hopkins, previously served as a field training officer in the west region, which is based near Gilbert. She was appointed to serve as a deputy sheriff in June 2015.

Ronnie Youmans, 56, has been promoted to human resources specialist. Youmans, a resident of Leesville, previously served as a finance specialist. He was hired in August 2009.

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