MORRISTOWN, NJ - Effective July 12, Morris County Prosecutor Fredric Knapp and acting Chief of Investigations Chris Kimker announced the promotions of three detectives within the Prosecutor's Office.
Detective Supervisor Julio Torres was promoted to Sergeant of the Fugitive Unit within the Special Operations Division. Torres has been with the Prosecutor's Office since June 2002. Prior to joining the Prosecutor's Office, Torres worked as a support employee of the FBI Newark Division,a Detective with the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office.
Detective Paul Brandley was promoted to Detective Supervisor of the Fugitive Unit within the Special Operations Division. Brandley has been with the Prosecutor's Office since June 2016. In that time, he has served in the General Investigations, Pre-Trial Services, and Fugitive Units. Prior to joining the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, Detective Supervisor Brandley worked as a Police Officer for the Barrington, Rhode Island Police Department and the Pawtucket, Rhode Island Police Department
Detective Spence Osaigbovo was promoted to Detective Supervisor of the Sex Crimes/Child Endangerment Unit within the Tactical Division. Osaigbovo has been with the Prosecutor's Office since August 2013. His law enforcement career began in July 2007 as a Patrol Officer with the Teaneck Police Department. Detective Supervisor Osaigbovo has been assigned as a surveillance team leader, wire room supervisor, and team leader of an FBI task force.
“I am proud to promote these exceptional members of our office", said Prosecutor Knapp. "They have done outstanding work with our office as well as with multiple other law enforcement agencies. I know they will continue to serve Morris County with distinction in their new roles”.