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Retired police officer returns home
by Gary Kent
Jun 28, 2014 | 357 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Ron Stautzenberger has returned to the Beeville area after 20 years as a police officer in Bryan. He has replaced Johnny Carabajal at the county’s Community Affairs office.
Ron Stautzenberger has returned to the Beeville area after 20 years as a police officer in Bryan. He has replaced Johnny Carabajal at the county’s Community Affairs office.
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BEEVILLE – After spending 20 years as a police officer in Bryan, Ron Stautzenberger decided it was time to come home to Bee County.

The Skidmore area native started a new job working at the Community Affairs Department for Bee County earlier this month.

“I grew up here,” the new enforcement officer said. He went to Skidmore schools and graduated from Skidmore-Tynan High School in 1968.

After attending a long list of colleges, Stautzenberger went to work for the Bryan Police Department and spent 22 years in uniform before retiring.

Then he and his wife and three children took advantage of the occasion to return to their roots.

Stautzenberger spent almost eight months working as a deputy for Bee County Sheriff Carlos Carrizales Jr. before being hired to replace Johnny Carabajal at the county’s Community Affairs office. Carabajal was recently promoted and now heads the department.

The Stautzenberger family lives just outside of Skidmore.

One of the new enforcement officer’s most important jobs will be tracking down anyone who is dumping anything illegally along rural roads in the county.

Gary Kent is a reporter at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 120, or at reporter@mySouTex.com.
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