11 Deputies, Several of Them Military Veterans, Join Flagler Sheriff’s Office
FlaglerLive | January 23, 2015
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office welcomed 11 new deputies Wednesday after Sheriff Jim Manfre administered the Oath of Office to them during an afternoon ceremony held at the Sheriff’s Operation Center.
The 10 men and one woman include a retired police chief, four veterans of the U.S. military, and several deputies with college degrees.
All but one of the new deputies will be road-patrol deputies. The exception is Cleo Howe, a part-timer who will be working at courthouse. All deputies are starting at a salary of $33,012. The new deputies do not represent net additions to the sheriff’s ranks, but replacements.
“Our law enforcement family continues to grow and I welcome this diverse group of individuals to our agency and our community,” said Sheriff Jim Manfre.
The new deputies, with a brief sketch of their background, are as follows:
- Cleo Howe, 54, is a retired Police Chief from Franklin Township, New Jersey with 25 years of law enforcement experience. Howe has a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
- Carl Parker, 47, served with the United States Navy and was employed as a government contractor for Homeland Security. Parker has a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice.
- Christopher Alecrim, 25, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and has worked in retail. Alecrim is a former Flagler Sheriff’s Explorer.
- David Berriozabal, 25, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and previously worked in the lawn care/landscaping industry.
- Emmanuel Cardenales, 27, served with the United States Air Force as a munitions handler. Cardenales has a Bachelor of Science degree in Air Traffic Management.
- Shayna Favorite, 23, has worked as a home health aide, providing in-home patient care and
worked in the food service industry.
- John Collins, 27, is currently active military serving the Army National Guard as a Private First Class. Collins has worked in the food service industry.
- Andrew Cangialosi, 28, served with the United States Navy as Master at Arms.
- Aaron Beausoleil, 22, has worked as a security officer and in the food service industry.
- James Crosbee, 25, has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology and has worked as a patient companion at Florida Hospital Flagler.
- Anthony Monreo-Warren, 28, is originally from Korea and has served with the United States Army/National Guard as a Sergeant.