For the first time, a US Marshal is named Erie County's Officer of the Month.
Wednesday, the district attorney's office honored April's officer of the month.
He's Chad Sensor.
He works as a supervisor of the U.S. Marshal's Northwestern Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force.
He manages task force members from several law enforcement agencies involved in the task force, in Erie county as well as 9 surrounding counties.
Local law enforcement says the task force, has been doing a great job of following up on tips and apprehending fugitives.
In fact, some of the most dangerous fugitives.
Sensor is an East High graduate, Marine Corps veteran, and has worked for the US Marshall's for several years.
He says he's honored to get the award, but kudos goes to everybody involved in the task force.
the past two years since I've been here, I believe we've doubled our
numbers. We work very hard to seek out the most dangerous fugitives in
the Erie area." Said Sensor.
"They have caught people that would have otherwise would be in the wind. And I'm not talking just in the country, I'm talking about India, they're working on extraditing somebody from India for a child abuse case. I'm working with them now they're getting ready to extradite somebody from the Dominican on a huge drug case." Said Assistant District Attorney, Bob Sambroak.
Congratulations to Sensor.
You can now nominate an officer for May, just go to eriealert.com