Williams County Sheriff Steve Towns made a social media post to congratulate Deputy Mick Frisbie for his selection by Bryan VFW Post 2489's Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for 2018.
Deputy Mick Frisbie was hired by the Williams County Sheriff’s Office on October 15, 2001. He has been a K-9 handler for the department. In addition, Deputy Frisbie has taken on other roles while working at the Sheriff’s Office, including being a Sergeant, Field Training Officer, and is also a Radar Training Officer.
Deputy Frisbie lives in Stryker with his wife Brandi. They have two children that are attending college.
Deputy Frisbie will be honored for his award at the Bryan VFW's January 10th meeting. The ceremony is open to the public and begins at 7 PM.
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