Cpl. W.L. “Lee” Cook, center, retired from the Cornelius Police Department after more than 12 years with the Town of Cornelius and almost 20 years in law enforcement. During the Cornelius Board of Commissioners meeting on March 6, Cook was recognized for his years of service and received his service weapon from Mayor Chuck Travis.
Cpl. W.L. “Lee” Cook, center, retired from the Cornelius Police Department after more than 12 years with the Town of Cornelius and almost 20 years in law enforcement. During the Cornelius Board of Commissioners meeting on March 6, Cook was recognized for his years of service and received his service weapon from Mayor Chuck Travis. Town of Cornelius
Cpl. W.L. “Lee” Cook, center, retired from the Cornelius Police Department after more than 12 years with the Town of Cornelius and almost 20 years in law enforcement. During the Cornelius Board of Commissioners meeting on March 6, Cook was recognized for his years of service and received his service weapon from Mayor Chuck Travis. Town of Cornelius

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