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Montgomery Officers and Supervisor of the Quarter Honored

Montgomery Police Chief Art Baylor presents a check and certificate to Corporal J.T. Davis. Montgomery Police Chief Art Baylor presents a check and certificate to Corporal J.T. Davis.
Montgomery Police Chief Art Baylor presents a check and certificate to Lieutenant A.S. Tatum. Montgomery Police Chief Art Baylor presents a check and certificate to Lieutenant A.S. Tatum.

Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- Two Montgomery police officers and a supervisor were honored at a presentation ceremony Wednesday.

Corporals J.T. Davis and D.R. Barnes received the honor of Police Officer of the Quarter for January - March, 2008 for a heroic deed that happened in February.

Davis and Barnes were responding to a call on Holt Street back on February 26th when they noticed flames coming from a window in the home next door.

The officers subsequently saved the lives of three elderly citizens.

Mayor Bobby Bright thanked the officers in citation letters saying, "Montgomery is an extremely fortunate community to be protected by officers as fine as you and your partner."

Lieutenant A.S. Tatum was honored as Supervisor of the Quarter for January - March, 2008.

Tatum was commended for an outstanding job as Commander of the Crime Reduction Team Bureau.

Mayor Bobby Bright wrote of Tatum, " You are to be commended for your outstanding leadership, aggressive crime fighting efforts and great ability in coordinating a small team of professionals..."

 

 

Note: Officer Barnes was unable to attend the presentation and will be presented with her certificate and check at a later time.

 

 

 

 

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