Cumberland Times-News

April 29, 2013

Maryland State Police honors trooper, sergeant at McHenry

From Staff Reports
Cumberland Times-News

— MCHENRY — At a recent ceremony in Timonium, Col. Marcus Brown, superintendent of the Maryland State Police, recognized the McHenry Barrack Trooper of the Year and Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year.   

Selected as McHenry Barrack 2012 Trooper of the Year by his peers, Senior Trooper Steven LeMay is a graduate of Beall High School, a retired U.S. Army veteran and  a 15-year member of the state police.

Some of LeMay’s accomplishments for 2012 included 24 adult arrests, 13 juvenile arrests and leading the barrack in traffic enforcement.  

In addition, LeMay was involved in community policing and played a large role in reducing crime within the communities he patrolled.

McHenry Barrack Commander Lt. Mark Rodeheaver said, “Steve is a self-motivated trooper that takes personal pride in the job he does in protecting the citizens of Garrett County. The Maryland State Police and the citizens of Garrett County are fortunate to have such a committed trooper.”

Sgt. Bradley Williams was selected as McHenry Barrack 2012 Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year by barrack command staff.

A graduate of Northern Garrett High School and Frostburg State University, Williams is an 11-year veteran of the Maryland State Police.

During 2012, Williams proved to be a leader through his commitment to the mission and objectives of the McHenry Barrack.  

“Brad is an outstanding supervisor and leader who is passionate about his work. He leads by example and has gained the respect of his subordinates as well as command staff,” Rodeheaver said.