ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury High School graduate Tyler Fehsal was recently sworn-in as a police officer in Camden County, fulfilling a career goal she set in high school, according to relatives.
Fehsal graduated Jan. 14 from the Camden County Police Academy and is currently in the department's agency training and field training program, said Camden County Police spokesman Dan Keashen.
Fehsal, 23, now lives in Cherry Hill, but she grew up in Kenvil and Succasunna/ She attended Franklin Elementary School, Lincoln-Roosevelt School and Eisenhower Middle School, before going to Roxbury High School where she was a cheerleader, said her grandmother, Anita Fehsal.
The new officer graduated from Roxbury High School in 2015, and then attended County College of Morris “knowing already what she wanted for her career,” said her grandmother.
“After two years at CCM, she attended Rowan University for another two years and finally went on to the police academy,” she added. "She was the kind of kid who obeyed the rules” and “always mentioned the fact that she wanted to help people.”
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