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Several Cos County police chiefs, law enforcement personnel endorse Sheriff Gerald Marcou


September 05, 2012
COOS County - Several police chiefs and other law enforcement personnel have signed a petition personally endorsing current Sheriff Gerald Marcou for re-election to that position.

Bradley Jardis of Gorham is challenging Marcou.

The petition, signed by 16 Cos County law enforcement personnel reads as follows:

"We, the undersigned, endorse Sheriff Jerry Marcou's re-election campaign. Sheriff Marcou is a Cos County native who has always had the best interest of the North Country residents at heart. The Cos County Sheriff's Department is a professional agency, and they are always willing to assist local law enforcement when the need arises.

Sheriff Marcou has continued the tradition of having a highly trained and qualified Sheriff's Department to help the citizens of the North Country prosper and be safe in their homes. He is a highly-visible figure in all of our communities, and he truly cares about the people he serves."

The following chiefs of police signed the petition: Richard Lapoint, Pittsburg; Peter Morency, Berlin; Mario Audit, Dalton; PJ Cyr, Gorham; Marcel Platt, Northumberland; John Trammell, Carroll; Ed Samson, Whitefield; Steve Cass, Colebrook and Bill Colburn, Lancaster.

Other law enforcement personnel signing are: Brian Valerino, Deputy Chief, Berlin; Richard Plourde, Detective Lt., Berlin; Donald Vittum, N.H. Police Standards and Training; Craig Hamelin, Dept. of Corrections, Cos County; John McCormick, Assistant County Attorney; and Todd Landry, Lt. Troop F.

Also signing was Cecile Strout, former postmaster in Milan.

"We urge people to google and research their candidates," Berlin Police Chief Peter Morency said.

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