Woodard cited four different suspicious vehicle stops that occurred in 2018 and resulted in multiple arrests for active warrants, as well as the recovery of drugs such as heroin, LSD and methamphetamine, stolen guns, other weapons, and more than $5,000.
Perry serves as a field training officer, an officer in charge when a shift sergeant is unavailable, and consistently leads the department categories such as OVI arrests and other categories such as weapons and drug seizures, according to the city.
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He completed 43 OVI arrests in 2018, and participated in six additional OVI arrests while serving as the training officer.
Woodard said fellow officers recognized Perry for his positive attitude, leading by example, and putting in 460 hours of overtime during the year.