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Niagara University Law Enforcement Academy graduates its 63rd class

LEWISTON - The Niagara County Law Enforcement Academy graduated its 63rd class during a ceremony held Wednesday at Niagara University’s Castellani Art Museum.

NCLEA co-directors Lt. Aaron Schultz and Detective John Faso presented diplomas to this semester’s graduates:

• Heather Cepuchowski, Lockport Police Department
• Travis DeMuth, Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
• Joseph Dobmeier, Town of Niagara Police Department
• Dylan Dobrasz, Niagara Falls Police Department
• Jenna Ferrando, Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
• Jaimie Grozio-Krzyskoski, New York State Attorney General’s Office
• Cassidy Longhini, Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
• Marquis Lowery, Niagara Falls Police Department
• Alexandra Mayes, Niagara Falls Police Department
• John Montanaro, Niagara Falls Police Department
• Charlene Rutkowski, Pre-Employment
• Ian Sinclair, Niagara Falls Police Department
• Joseph Slack, Niagara Falls Police Department
• Thomas Venne, Lockport Police Department
• Howard Wilson, Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
• Mahmoud Zeidan, Town of Niagara Police Department
• Talon Zuchlewski, Niagara County Sheriff’s Office

Award recipients in the class were:

• Academic Award: Zuchlewski
• Physical Fitness Award: Longhini
• Sgt. Jeff Juron Defensive Tactics Award: Zeidan
• Top Gun Award: Zuchlewski
• Jeffrey A. Incardona Memorial Award: Dobmeier
• Joseph E. Steblein Memorial Award: Rutkowski

New York Assemblyman Angelo J. Morinello served as the ceremony’s keynote speaker.

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