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Albion PD promotes patrolman to sergeant

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 9 July 2014 at 12:00 am

Photos by Tom Rivers – David Mogle takes the oath as sergeant for the Albion Police Department during this evening’s Village Board meeting. His father David Mogle holds The Bible. Mayor Dean London, back left, and Trustee Gary Katsanis observe.

ALBION – David Mogle was sworn in this evening as sergeant in the Albion Police Department. He started six years ago with the Albion PD as a patrolman. He was promoted with the impending retirement of Joe Fuller later this month.

“He’s been a solid member of the staff,” Police Chief Roland Nenni said about Mogle, who has also been assigned to the Orleans County Major Felony Crime Task Force.

Mogle was working as a mechanic with his father at D & K Autobody when he decided to make a career change.

“I like the interaction with the people,” Mogle said. “I’m meeting new people and learning new things every day.”

Mogle joins William Scribner and Gary Van Wyke as sergeants. The department has one sergeant on each shift and the sergeant supervises the operations for that shift.

David Mogle takes the oath in front of other leaders in the Albion Police Department, including Police Chief Roland Nenni, Lt. Tom O’Hearn and Sgt. William Scribner.