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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun November 17, 2019
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Sgt. Virgil “Calvin” Thomas of the Cabot Police Department receives the 2019 Lonoke County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award from Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. Thomas has worked for the department since 2005.

Officer of the Year likes helping people

CABOT — Sgt. Virgil “Calvin” Thomas of the Cabot Police Department wants to help people in his community. Thomas, 37, was recently honored by being named Lonoke County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the Arkansas attorney general’s office. “I like helping people,” Thomas said. “I’m grateful for the award. I’m not the type of person who has to be rewarded with stuff like this. I’m the kind of guy who just likes to work. I work hard and do the best I can for my department, do the best I can for my patrolmen that I supervise. “It was very unexpected to get this. My lieu... READ MORE

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