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Sheriff’s Office Employees Receive Recognition from Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 13, 2018


CONTACT:  Courtney O’Keefe, Communications Specialist,
Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Courtney.O’Keefe@snoco.org, 425-388-3865, Media line: 425-249-6263

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – Ten Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office employees were selected as recipients of 2018 Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force Awards for their hard work and dedication to keeping our community safe. The award recipients partnered with Target Zero to help achieve the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission’s goal of zero traffic related deaths and serious injuries by 2030. Through education and enforcement, Target Zero focuses on impaired driving, distracted driving, and pedestrian and bicyclist safety. The 2018 Target Zero Task Force award recipients are as follows: 

Lifetime Achievement Award

-          Retired Lt. Rodney Rochon

Distracted Driving Top Performer

-          Deputy Dennis Montgomery

Motorcycle Safety Top Performer

-          Deputy Dennis Montgomery

Pedestrian Safety Recognition for the Mariner Project

-          Sgt. Rob Martin

-          Sgt. Andy Kahler

-          Deputy Dennis Montgomery

-          Master Patrol Deputy Dale Lashbrook

-          Deputy Jody Latimer

-          Deputy John Kuska

-          Deputy Kore Oyetuga

Pedestrian Safety Recognition for the Snohomish Project

-          Lt. Keith Rogers

-          Deputy Richard Niebusch

-          Sgt. Rob Martin

-          Deputy Dennis Montgomery

-          Master Patrol Deputy Dale Lashbrook

-          Deputy Jody Latimer

-          Deputy John Kuska

“As I look at the list of this year’s Target Zero award recipients, I’m reminded of the commitment and hard work our deputies put in each day to keep our community safe,” said Sheriff Ty Trenary. “These individuals exemplify the meaning of Community First and continue to go above and beyond to ensure our county’s drivers and pedestrians arrive safely to their destinations each day.”

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Lt Rochon

Retired Lt. Rodney Rochon receives his Lifetime Achievement Award at Target Zero’s Night of a Thousand Stars event.