The October issue of Chesapeake LIfe has a feature length article I did on law enforcement officials from the Eastern Shore with deacades of service. Called ”Badges of Honor: Tales of Eastern Shore Lawmen,” the piece features five law enforcement officials from the Shore. They are Sheriff Louis Andrews, 80, Caroline County; Chief Thomas N. McIntire, 83, Elkton; Officer Marshall L. Purner, 81, North East; Sheriff Robert Jones, 61, Somerset County; and Warden LaMonte Cooke, 57, Queen Anne’s County. I had lots of fun interviewing these fascinating men and hearing their tales of serving the citizens of the Eastern Shore for a long time.
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