Veteran Pulaski Co. Captain retires

All are invited to celebrate the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department Captain James “Jim” F. Wright’s retirement.

Wright served as an officer in southern Illinois for 36 years, first joining the Cairo Police Department in 1978 and rising through the ranks to become Police Chief.

Wright retired from the Cairo Police Department and then joined the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department where he served as patrol deputy, investigator, and Chief Deputy, serving his final years as a Captain and training multiple officers throughout his service.

The celebration luncheon will be hosted Wednesday, April 30th at the Pulaski County Court House.

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