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Stonington Police Chief J. Darren Stewart swears in new police officers Ryan Armstrong and Sarah Emery Monday before they head off to the police academy. | Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun
New Stonington Police chief J. Darren Stewart swears in new police officer Ryan Armstrong at their department on Monday before he heads off to the police academy.  Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Mark Armstrong, of Groton, pins a police badge on his son Ryan Armstrong before Ryan heads off to the police academy to become a Stonington Police officer at his new department on Monday. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun New Stonington Police officer Sarah Emery hugs her father Robert Emery, a detective with the Groton Police department, after he pinned her badge on her before she heads off to the police academy. Behind them chief J. Darren Stewart reacts to the moment at their department on Monday. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Stonington Police Chief J. Darren Stewart poses for a photo with new officers Ryan Armstrong and Sarah Emery with Captain Jerry Desmond after they were sworn at their department on Monday. The two new officers will be heading to the police academy soon.  Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun New Stonington Police chief J. Darren Stewart swears in new police officer Sarah Emery at their department on Monday before she heads off to the police academy.  Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun New Stonington Police officers Ryan Armstrong was sworn in before he heads off to the police academy by Chief J. Darren Stewart and Captain Jerry Desmond at their department on Monday. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun

New Stonington Police Officers


Stonington Police Chief J. Darren Stewart swears in on Monday new police officers Ryan Armstrong, 23, and Sarah Emery, 22. Armstrong graduated from Fitch High School and Eastern Connecticut State University where he majored in computer science. Emery is a graduate of Stonington High School and Central Connecticut State University where she majored in criminal sociology. The two will soon head to the police academy for 22 weeks of training. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun



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