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Thiess Stock Rising Quickly With Steuben County Law Enforcement
Monday, June 29, 2020

Praise has been given to one rising young star within Steuben County Law Enforcement.

Sheriff Rodney Robinson released a statement at the end of last week congratulating Elijah Thiess on his continued growth within the agency and the community.

On June 15th 2020, Thiess was given the opportunity to become a Merit Deputy with the office. Elijah Thiess has been with the Sheriffs Office for a little over one year as a Confinement officer.

He is a 2016 high school graduate and is currently both enlisted in the National Guard as well as being a current student at Trine University enrolled in the Criminal Justice program with a graduation date of December 2020 with a Bachelors Degree.

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