Sheriff Streck to swear in new chief deputy

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Montgomery County Sheriff Rob Streck will swear in Chief Deputy Daryl Wilson — and six new deputies — during his first staff meeting as sheriff Tuesday.

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Wilson joined the sheriff’s office nearly 28 years ago and was most recently serving as a major, according to the sheriff’s office website.

He started as a deputy in 1991, until he moved to the Organized Crime Unit as an undercover narcotics detective in 1995.

Throughout his career, Wilson has served in the Jail Division, Road Patrol Division, Community Oriented Policing Unit and SWAT Team, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Wilson has worked as a rank sergeant, assistant operations commander, division commander for the jail, supervisor for the Inspectional Services Unit and more.

He was recognized by the Drug Enforcement Agency and Dayton Police Department during his time in the Organized Crime Unit, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Wilson graduated from Dunbar High School and the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. He also attended Sinclair Community College.

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