Madden steps down from PBPD


Jimmie Earls/Pine Bluffs Post

Left to right: Dispatcher Marsha Heinz, Reserve Officer Michael Moore, Officer Char Madden, Chief of Police Justin Trout, and Reserve Officer Chance Wakima. Former Pine Bluffs police officer Char Madden, center, received an Outstanding Service plaque from the department for her service and a Distinguished Service Award for her work in solving a recent burglary during the Dec. 8 meeting of the Pine Bluffs Town Council. Madden resigned from the police department Nov. 29 to take a deputy position with the Laramie County Sheriff's Department.

Pine Bluffs police officer Char Madden tendered her resignation to Chief Justin Trout in a letter dated Nov. 29.

"I am submitting my letter of resignation effective November 29, 2015 through December 12, 2015. I would like to take the time to thank you for the opportunities I had with the Pine Bluffs Police Department. I learned a great deal while working with the police department and would like to remain a reserve officer, so I may continue to serve my community. Thank you."

During the Pine Bluffs Town Council meeting on Dec. 8, Trout informed council that Madden had accepted a position...

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