Promoted supervisors, retired captain honored by Paducah police

The Paducah Police Department honored a retiree and four newly promoted supervisors at a reception Friday night. 

The police department says Capt. George Johnson retired March 31 after 14 years with the department. Before that, he had worked at the Marshall County and Lyon County sheriff’s departments.

The supervisors who were honored were Anthony Copeland and Matthew Smith — who were promoted to captain — and Troy Turner and Christopher Bolton —who were promoted to sergeant. All of them were promoted on April 28.

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