W.Va. sheriff's office names first woman captain
Veteran law enforcement officer has held variety of roles
By Charlotte Ferrell Smith
Charleston Daily Mail
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Debra Walters is still getting used to the title of captain.
"It feels pretty good," she said. "I probably thought I would make lieutenant but not captain."
Walters, who has been in law enforcement for more than 36 years, recently became the first woman captain in the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department.
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