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1 sergeant, 4 officers promoted at SCMPD

David Gay (Source: SCMPD) David Gay (Source: SCMPD)
Andrea Williams (Source: SCMPD) Andrea Williams (Source: SCMPD)
Mark Fletcher (Source: SCMPD) Mark Fletcher (Source: SCMPD)
Faquita Small Lloyd (Source: SCMPD) Faquita Small Lloyd (Source: SCMPD)
David Barefield (Source: SCMPD) David Barefield (Source: SCMPD)
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

Five members of the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Dept. were promoted on Friday by Police Chief Willie Lovett.

Sgt. David W. Gay was promoted to lieutenant. He has been with the department since January 1992 and has directed the department's Special Events, Alcoholic Beverage Control and Extra Duty efforts for several years, according to SCMPD.

Star Cpl. Mark Fletcher, who works in the Patrol Division of the Central Precinct, was promoted sergeant. He has been with the department since September 1997.

Cpl. Faquita Small-Lloyd, who works in the Forensics Unit of the Criminal Investigations Unit, was promoted to sergeant for the Patrol Division of the West Chatham Precinct. She has been with the department since January 1997.

Cpl. Andrea Williams, who works in the Alcohol Beverage Control Unit, has been promoted to sergeant. She has been with the department since October 1991.

Det. David Barefield, who works in the Violent Crimes Unit of the Criminal Investigations Division, was promoted to sergeant for the Patrol Division of the Downtown Precinct as a sergeant. He has been with the department since May 2001.

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