Meacham Named Inaugural Recipient of Memorial Scholarship

The Bryan County Sheriff’s Office proudly announces Deputy Hunter Meacham as the first recipient of the Sgt. Michael Larson and Sgt. Robert Crapse Memorial Scholarship. Deputy Meacham successfully completed the Georgia Peace Officer Standards & Training Counsel (POST) program at the Georgia Public Safety Center (GPSTC) through this scholarship, honoring the legacies of two fallen deputies.

Established in memory and honor of Sgt. Michael Larson and Sgt. Robert Crapse, who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, this scholarship exemplifies the department’s commitment to preserving their dedication and service. Sheriff Mark Crowe is determined to expand this program to support future deputies.

Deputy Meacham’s achievement marks a significant step in this endeavor. The Bryan County Sheriff’s Office warmly welcomes Deputy Meacham and anticipates his positive impact on the community, carrying on the legacy of bravery and honor set by Sgt. Larson and Sgt. Crapse.

Deputy Meacham expressed his gratitude and dedication to the scholarship, saying, “I am deeply honored and committed to upholding the legacy of these remarkable deputies. I look forward to serving our community.”

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