Four students from Sequoyah High School were recently selected to learn about the role of detectives at Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Students Emma Massengale, Chloe Mason, Alison Freeman, and Alyssa Jones visited Monroe County Detective Dan Schneider and Deputy Angelena White-Kelly, in a program coordinated by Betsy Moore of Sequoyah's Health Science Department. The students shadowed the detective and the deputy for a first-hand look at some of the procedures and responsibilities of their positions. Each student experienced the fingerprinting process technique. Deputy White-Kelly discussed the dangers and challenges in handling dangerous narcotics. "It was a pleasure interacting with such bright students and we look forward for the opportunity to do this again," said Deputy White-Kelly. Students were presented with a Junior Detective certificate.
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