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NEW DEPUTY: Sheriff’s dept. hires Papenbrock

January 11, 2013

Whitley County’s Sheriff’s Department’s newest deputy, Dustin Papenbrock, is sworn in next to his wife Lindy by Circuit Court Judge Jim Heuer Thursday morning. Post & Mail photo / Brett Myers

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s Sheriff’s Department recently welcomed a new deputy to its force.

Dustin Papenbrock of Churubusco started with the department Dec. 23, 2012. Previously, he worked with the state police. So far the job has not caught Papenbrock by surprise.

Papenbrock is a 2003 graduate of Churubusco High School. He then attended and graduated from IPFW with a major in criminal justice. He graduated from the police academy in August of 2012. After working in Indianapolis, Papenbrock enjoys the geographic change.

Papenbrock resides in Churubusco with his wife, Lindy, a 2001 Churubusco High School grad. The couple has two sons Kuper, 9, and Kroix, 11 months.

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