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Thursday, June 7, 2012

LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC - Lexington County Sheriff James R. Metts promoted one deputy to serve as a road patrol supervisor, one deputy to supervise detectives in the Major Crimes Unit, one correctional officer to serve as a master correctional officer and one deputy to serve as a narcotics investigator.

Metts promoted Luis Rivera, Jr., 44, of West Columbia, to the rank of sergeant and assigned Rivera to supervise a road patrol shift in the South Region Patrol District, which is based in Pelion. Rivera previously served as an investigator in the Gang Unit. On August 12, 2002, Metts appointed Rivera to serve as a deputy.

Metts promoted Stephen Collins, 42, of Lexington, to the rank of sergeant and assigned Collins to supervise a team of detectives who work in the Major Crimes Unit. Collins previously served as an investigator in the Major Crimes Unit. On December 11, 2000, Metts appointed Collins to serve as a deputy.

Metts promoted Bianca Henderson, 29, of Columbia, to the rank of master correctional officer and assigned Henderson to serve as the assistant supervisor of a shift of correctional officers at the Lexington County Detention Center. Henderson previously served as a field training officer at the Detention Center. On September 24, 2007, Metts appointed Henderson to serve as a correctional officer.

Metts promoted Thomas Hodges, 34, of Columbia, to serve as an investigator with the Lexington County Multi-Agency Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET).

Hodges previously served as a property crimes investigator in the West Region Patrol District, which is based near Gilbert, Metts said. On October 20, 2008, Metts appointed Hodges to serve as a deputy.

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