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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 13 REGIONAL NEWS, VIEWS PORTS INSIDE SECTION B: EDITORIAL - OPINIONS - UPCOMING EVENTS -A 23-year-old Greg Hagwood is ready for his first day of work Greg Hagwood makes his final sign off ’Dec. 30, capping off as a Plumas County Sheriff's deputy and the moment is his 31 -year career with the Plumas County Sheriff's captured by his parents, Joe and Gretchen Hagwood. 0n the Department. Photo courtesy of the Plumas County Sheriff’s ’ back deck of the family home. Photo submitted Department G'H d' ffft 31‘ ' 'f Debra Moore enforcement, he said his . , I and was feted at a banquet. “Though I think I am Managing Editor parents had other ideas for his "He made himself available to the commun i Not only did Hagwood know responsible for every gray hair . dmoore@plumasnews.com future. . that he wanted to be in law that my mother has.” 7 “I wanted to go to college He gave his C9” Phone enforcement, he knew which His parents might agree. His From the time that a and study criminal justice, but out can position he ultimately wanted. dad Joe said that at first they 10-year-old Greg Hagwood, I think they wanted me to be a ' , He recalled sitting across listened to the scanner, but now 54, met then Plumas lawyer or something,” the desk from Sheriff had to stop, because they County Sheriff W.C. Hagwood recalled during an . . Ava HagWOOd McKenzie following a ride ‘worried too much, which only Abernethy, he knew what he interview shortly after signing ‘ ' ‘ Daughter ' ' ' along while still in college. increased whenhe was on the wanted to be when he grew up. off for the final time Dec..30. When McKenzie questioned SWAT team. That decision was “No one in my family had been I . him about his goals, Hagwood reinforced during his high in law enforcement; they all University Sacramento, during his final semester in said that he wanted to be His career school years, when Hagwood were in education.” , known for its criminal justice college, which caused him to sheriff one day. And he [wanted Hagwood began as a patrol would accompany his father to . At the time he had already . . curriculum. I I take an extra two years to hisvcareer to beam . .. deputy-in 1988, and‘overthe have coffee with Sheriff Dick been accepted into a liberal He was so anxious to begin complete his degree. County Where he had lived years went onto become a McKenzie at Perko’s. arts program at St. Mary’s ‘ his career that he hired on as a In 2012, he received the since he was 10. I Though Hagwood knew he College, but he changed course deputy with the Plumas Distinguished Service Alumni “I actually got to do what I wanted to go into law and opted for California State! 'County Sheriff’s Department Award from his alma mater wanted to be,” Hagwood said. See Hagwood' page 123 Sheriff Greg Hagwood sits behind his desk at the Plumas County Sheriff's Department, where he An unsuspecting driver reacts as Sheriff Greg Hagwood delivers ice cream cones in ,this image served for 31 years, 10 as sheriff. File photo . captured from the Wall's Ice Cream commercial on YouTube. File photo ’ r QUAlITY PRINTS Suitable tar Irammg or mailing as unsteards 8.5 It 5.5" QUINBV so or 20. $25.00 HIKING WITH Militll sn 0I15-820.00 SERENA ADVENTURES so or 15- smuu Contact Deiitm: izuie MI‘ ma racetrack Messenger or email denim: meiwiurm cum t ;" JW-imfit Special investigator Mike Gamberg, right, and Sheriff Greg Hagwood refer to the Keddie murders timeline during a 2016 interview at the sheriff's office in Quincy. The April 1981 murders captured the nation’s attention again as more evidence became available. “I W I“ "W W“ 'r I “Ii/NW" 1'; ‘I/I ’1 I" W ’t photo . 01/1/1144 H/I ill [VI/I!) ll”. /‘/i//////( nit m I‘llWlIJ/r. Hf /Hllt‘!/’t 1M INN/I In}! Ill/I. f; /’/tI//m"/H/sl/ llimit Mil ill/ll/Irlllilulir. //m [/r ill/n i/w/ [tilt/vi 1‘. l/I/v‘ .v'l/w ‘uf Ill/[l ’u/I' (ll/'1