Scull graduates from Police Academy

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Scull graduates from Police Academy

By Kathy McCarty

Staff Writer

    Maine’s 40 newest police officers have graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. Among the graduates is a native of Fort Fairfield.

    The officers received their badges following 18 weeks of study and training at the Vassalboro training facility.

    Maine Attorney General William Schneider told the graduates, “The Maine Criminal Justice Academy consistently turns outstanding young cadets into modern law enforcement officers whose courage, commitment and daily efforts keep our citizens safe. These are Maine’s finest and I am pleased to join the Academy staff, families and friends in welcoming them to our law enforcement community.” 

    Many of the new officers will be begin patrolling immediately, including during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.

    The new police officers include: Toby J. Pond, of New Sharon, and William A. Scull, Fort Fairfield, who will be members of the Maine State Police. Scull follows his parents into law enforcement. His father, William Scull, is an officer with the Presque Isle Police Department. His mother, Patricia Scull, is a Customs and Border Protection port director in Van Buren.