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Vermont State Police Departmental Promotion

Lt. Marc Thomas Station Commander
Lt. Marc Thomas Station Commander

posted at 3:18 pm Fri May 28th, 2010 by (WherezIt_Staff)

Colonel Thomas L'Esperance, Director of the Vermont State Police is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Sergeant Marc Thomas, Patrol Commander at the Middlesex Barracks.

Sergeant Marc Thomas has been promoted to the position of Lieutenant, Station Commander for the Williston Barracks and the Lamoille Outpost. Lt. Thomas was promoted into this position upon the May 21st retirement of Lt. Dan Begiebing.

Lt. Thomas's law enforcement career began in 1987 as a part-time officer and dispatcher for the Lamoille County Sheriff's Department. In February 1988 Lt. Thomas attended the Vermont Police Academy to become a full-time certified law enforcement officer and worked the next six years in Lamoille County as a Deputy Sheriff and a Morristown Police Officer.

His career with the Vermont State Police began in 1994 when he was stationed at the Middlesex Barracks as a Road Trooper. In 2003 he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assumed the duties of Patrol Commander at the Lamoille Outpost. In 2007 he transferred back to the Middlesex Barracks as a Patrol Commander, until his recent promotion to Lieutenant of the Williston Barracks and the Lamoille Outpost.

Below is a link from the Vermont State Police website pertaining to Lt. Thomas:

Relevant Address(es):
Williston, VT 05495 (Set as Local)
Waterbury, VT 05676 (Set as Local)

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