LCSO Deputy Recognized by Madd Organization for Top DUI EnforcementNews December 10, 2021
NASHVILLE, TENN.- A Loudon County Sheriff’s Deputy was recognized for his part in detecting and arresting drunk drivers in 2020.
FTO Deputy Cole Rogers was recognized alongside 122 other Tennessee law enforcement officers at the 2021 MADD Statewide Night of Remembrance Ceremony in Nashville. Deputy Rogers was awarded the “East Tennessee Sheriff’s Office Top County Sheriff DUI” Award. Rogers led all of East Tennessee deputies in the number of DUI arrests made in 2020. Together the 122 law enforcement officers removed over 6600 DUI’s in 2019 and 2020.
Deputy Rogers has led the LCSO in DUI arrests for the last several years and consistently shows a dedication in making Loudon County roadways safer.
Pictured (L to R) is LCSO Chief Deputy Jimmy Davis, Deputy Cole Rogers, Corporal Zac Frye and Sergeant Matt Fagiana.