Deputy Sheriff Trainee Jasmine Orozco, 21, of Cutler, looks on as her mother Maricela Orozco pins a badge to her blouse. As an Explorer Scout, Orozco was awarded a Sheriff’s Pathways college scholarship with the promise of getting hired after graduation.
Deputy Sheriff Trainee Jasmine Orozco, 21, of Cutler, looks on as her mother Maricela Orozco pins a badge to her blouse. As an Explorer Scout, Orozco was awarded a Sheriff’s Pathways college scholarship with the promise of getting hired after graduation. Teresa Douglass Tulare County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Sheriff Trainee Jasmine Orozco, 21, of Cutler, looks on as her mother Maricela Orozco pins a badge to her blouse. As an Explorer Scout, Orozco was awarded a Sheriff’s Pathways college scholarship with the promise of getting hired after graduation. Teresa Douglass Tulare County Sheriff’s Office

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