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Somerset County Sheriff's office swears in new officers, promotes 3 others

Somerset County Sheriff Frank Provenzano will swear in new officers and promote three others at a Dec. 15 ceremony in Somerville. Credits: Courtesy Somerset County Sheriff's Office



SOMERVILLE, NJ – Somerset County Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano will preside at the annual Sheriff's Recognition ceremony Tuesday, Dec. 15, at the Historic Court House on East Main Street, starting at 1 p.m.


Prosper (Rick) Cima of Princeton will be promoted to the rank of captain.  Mark Szczecina of Hillsborough and Alan Santoro of Bloomsbury both will be elevated to lieutenant.

The following new corrections officers will be sworn in: Joshua Manzo of North Plainfield; Matthew Snyder and Bradley Phillips, both of Washington Township; Michael Morris of Flemington; Timothy Norton of Independence Township; and Amber Thorsen of High Bridge.

The Sheriff’s Honorable Service Award will be presented to Sheriff’s Officer Juan Olivera of Bayonne.

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