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Deputy Receives MADD Award 2008

On September26, 2008 Deputy Javier E. Molinares and Lieutenant Ronald D. Hundley of the Westmoreland County Sheriff's Office attended the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) awards ceremony at Stratford Hall PLantation. The awards ceremony is provided to recognize outstanding DUI enforcement. Deputy Molinares was one of thirteen law enforcement officers recognized for their efforts to prevent drunk driving and this is the second year in a row that he has received this most prestigious award. "I am very proud of Deputy Molinares' dedication and commitment in his enforcement of driving und the influence. His efforts are to be commended and through his hard work the roadways are made safer in Westmoreland County" stated Sheriff C.O. Balderson.

Deputy Receives Award 2009

On September 25, 2009 the Rappahannock Area ASAP, Tri-River ASAP, and MADD held an Awards Luncheon at Stratford Hall Plantation in Westmoreland County to recognize regional law enforcement officers who excel in the enforcement of Driving Under the Influence (DUI). For the third consecutive year, Deputy Eric Molinares, a three year veteran with the sheriff's office, was recognized for this prestigious award. The recipients included personnel from seven sheriff's offices as well as troopers from four area offices representing the Virginia State Police. "I am very proud of Deputy Molinares' DUI enforcement.  His passion to make the highways safer goes without saying and is a direct reflection of his commitment and dedication to highway safety," stated Sheriff C.O. Balderson.

 

Deputy Receives Award 2010

On Friday, September 17, 2010 Deputy Eric Molinares received an award for DUI enforcement from MADD Virginia and Rappahannock area ASAP. The ceremonies were held at the Council House, Stratford Hall Plantation.

Pictured at left are Lt. Ron Hundley, Deputy Molinares, and Carol Powell of Rappahannock Area ASAP.

   

Deputies Receive Award 2011

On September 30, 2011 Deputy Eric Molinares and Deputy Darrell Johnson received an award for DUI enforcement from MADD Virginia and Rappahannock area ASAP. The ceremonies were held at the Council House, Stratford Hall Plantation.


Pictured left to right are Deputy Darrel Johnson, Sheriff C.O Balderson, and Deputy Eric Molinares.

   

On Friday, September 26, 2013, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the Rappahannock Area Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP) held their annual awards luncheon at Stratford Hall Plantation.  The awards ceremony recognizes regional law enforcement personnel who excel in the enforcement of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) legislation.
Deputy Robert Pitts and Sergeant Eric Molinares were recognized for this prestigious award.  The recipients included personnel from six sheriff’s offices, one police department and troopers from seven area offices representing the Virginia State Police.  A total of 14 individuals were recognized.
“I am extremely proud of Deputy Pitts and Sergeant Molinares for their DUI enforcement efforts.  The hard work and dedication they demonstrate to make the highways safer is a direct reflection of their commitment to preventing injury and savings lives,” stated Sheriff C.O. Balderson.

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