Sea Isle swears in new police officers

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While his fiancé, Jamie Salvesen, holds the Bible, Matthew Mehlhouse swears to uphold the duties of a patrolman for the Sea Isle City Police Department. Mehlhouse, 26, previously served as a Class II officer in both Sea Isle City and Somers Point, prior to becoming a full-time member of Sea Isle’s police force. While his fiancé, Jamie Salvesen, holds the Bible, Matthew Mehlhouse swears to uphold the duties of a patrolman for the Sea Isle City Police Department. Mehlhouse, 26, previously served as a Class II officer in both Sea Isle City and Somers Point, prior to becoming a full-time member of Sea Isle’s police force.

SEA ISLE CITY – Members of the Sea Isle City’s Police Department gathered Feb. 1 to welcome two new patrolmen into their ranks during a swearing-in ceremony led by Mayor Leonard Desiderio.

 

The ceremony took place in city council chambers while friends and family members of Patrolmen Matthew Mehlhouse and Brandon Piper looked on.

Mehlhouse, 26, is originally from Stratford, Conn., and served as a Class II officer in both Sea Isle City and Somers Point.

Piper, 29, is a native of Upper Township, who came to Sea Isle City from the Cape May County Sheriff’s Department. The two new officers are now full-time employees of Sea Isle City.

“We are very happy and honored to welcome Patrolman Mehlhouse and Patrolman Piper to our fine police department – and to our Sea Isle family,” said Desiderio. 

For more information about the Sea Isle City Police Department, visit them on Facebook or call 263-4311. For all emergencies, dial 911.

Patrolman Brandon Piper (left) asked his brother, Ryan (center), to hold the Bible while being sworn in by Mayor Leonard Desiderio on Feb. 1. Piper, 29, of Upper Township, entered the Sea Isle City Police Department after serving with the Cape May County Sheriff’s Department. Patrolman Brandon Piper (left) asked his brother, Ryan (center), to hold the Bible while being sworn in by Mayor Leonard Desiderio on Feb. 1. Piper, 29, of Upper Township, entered the Sea Isle City Police Department after serving with the Cape May County Sheriff’s Department.

 


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