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June 13 09:52 AM

Bossier police officer promoted

Bossier City Police chief Shane McWilliams announced the promotion of a 12-year department veteran Wednesday.

Chief McWilliams was joined by department personnel and family members of Officer Scott Wells as he received his promotion to the rang of sergeant during a ceremony at police headquarters.

Sgt. Wells has been a member of the Bossier City Police Department since 2002 and takes on a new assignment with the Patrol Division after spending the past several years as a motorcycle officer with the Traffic Division.

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