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Darien Police Lt. Jeremiah Marron Promoted to Captain, Effective June 2

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Darien police Lieutenant Jeremiah Marron, a 23-year veteran of the Police Department, will become Captain Jeremiah Marron as of June 2, the department and Police Commission announced on Tuesday. Here’s the announcement:

Darien Police Chief Ray Osborne and the Darien Police Commission are proud to announce today the promotion of Lt. Jeremiah P. Marron Jr. to the rank of captain, effective June 2, 2019. Marron is a twenty-three year veteran of the Department. Graduating from the Connecticut Police Academy in 1996, Marron has served the department with distinction in both the Detective Division and Field Services as both an officer and supervisor. At this time, he is currently serving as the administrative lieutenant.

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Darien Police Commission Promotes Three Officers

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On March 16, 2017, the Darien Police Commission announced the following promotions that will take effect on Sunday, March 19:


— an announcement from Darien Police Department. These promotions follow vacancies resulting from the resignation of former Chief Duane Lovello, who was replaced by Ray Osborne, formerly a captain in the department. __________
Promoted to Captain: Lieutenant John P. Lawlor
Captain John Lawlor is a thirty-one year veteran of the Department. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2000 and Lieutenant in 2013 where he served as a supervisor in the Patrol and Training divisions. He instituted the Department’s Crisis Intervention Team and also the Department’s Project Lifesaver program.

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DEA Thanks Two on Darien Police Force for Work in Major Area Investigation — Was It ‘Operation Face Down’?

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Two Darien police officers were recognized Tuesday the federal Drug Enforcement Administration and presented with plaques for “outstanding contributions to the success” of a joint investigation into a heroin-selling ring in Fairfield County, Darien Police Capt. Ray Osborne announced in a news release. On Tuesday, Brian Malagrida of the DEA Bridgeport resident office awarded Certificates of Appreciation to Detective Sgt. Jeremiah Marron and Officer Michael Cummings, the news release said, “in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the success of the aforementioned investigation as they were designated as case-specific deputized officers who contributed greatly to the overall success of this operation.” The investigation resulted in 13 arrests and the seizure of more than $215,000 in assets, including six firearms, two vehicles, and drug seizures of more than a kilogram of heroin and four kilograms of cocaine. The description of the operation sounds a lot like “Operation Face Down,” which Detective Sgt.