From left, T.J. Griffin, Joe Thornburg and Eddie Jimenez take an oath while becoming the three newest police officers in Livingston on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, in the council chambers. The department now has 20 officers, according to Chief Ruben Chavez.
From left, T.J. Griffin, Joe Thornburg and Eddie Jimenez take an oath while becoming the three newest police officers in Livingston on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, in the council chambers. The department now has 20 officers, according to Chief Ruben Chavez. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
From left, T.J. Griffin, Joe Thornburg and Eddie Jimenez take an oath while becoming the three newest police officers in Livingston on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, in the council chambers. The department now has 20 officers, according to Chief Ruben Chavez. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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