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Daviess County Announces New Conservation Officer
Updated November 16, 2016 7:27 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(DAVIESS CO.) - Indiana Conservation Officers are reporting a vacancy in District Seven has been filled. Officer Kyle Hembree was recently granted a transfer request to Daviess County.

Hembree served in Owen County and Sullivan County prior to his transfer. He has served as an Indiana Conservation Officer since 2012.

Hembree is originally from Martin County and graduated from Shoals High School. He attended Vincennes University where he obtained an associate's degree in Conservation Law.

In addition to his four years of experience, Hembree is also a member of the law enforcement division's side scan sonar operator team.

He is an avid sportsman and was recently married. The addition of Hembree leaves only one current vacancy in District Seven.



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