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Two Officers Promoted to Corporal in Sherman

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SHERMAN -- Two police officers in Sherman were promoted to Corporal Monday afternoon.

Corporal Riley Day is a member of the honor guard and served on the Special Response Team. He says he is excited for the new opportunity as Corporal.

"I am looking forward to helping the new officers when they start out and teaching them the things that will make them better at the job and also safer."

Samuel Boyle is also a member of the Special Response Team and also serves his country in the Air Force.

"I am looking forward to taking care of the patrol officers. That is all I have worked since I've been here. They have the hardest job, got to work nights; it's rough, that's what a supervisor is suppose to do is take care of them."