Danny McEathron has served as the Sheriff of Warren County, Virginia since 2004. His career with the Warren County Sheriff’s Office began in 1982 as a jailor. He served as the Sheriff’s Office narcotic and patrol K-9 unit for 20 years. While working in the patrol division, Danny was also assigned to the Northwest Virginia Narcotics Task Force as an investigator before being promoted to Patrol Sergeant. In 2002, Danny was promoted to Captain overseeing the Law Enforcement Division. He served in that capacity until being elected sheriff in 2003.
McEathron leads an office of over 96 members and manages services consisting of Court Holding, Civil Process, Courthouse Security, E-911 Communications, Animal Control, and Law Enforcement services.
Sheriff McEathron has served on several local community boards, including United Way and St. Luke Community Clinic. He has served as a council member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and has served as president of the Warren County Babe Ruth Baseball League. In 2009, he was appointed to a two year term to serve as chairman of the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force. He currently serves as an executive board member of the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Training Academy, a past at-large board member of the Warren County Rotary, a member of the Warren Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees and the Warren County Youth Advisory Board, Chariman of the newly formed Skyline Regional Criminal Justce Academy and Virginia Sheriff's Association Board.
Sheriff McEathron and his wife, Donna, have been married since 1983. They have two children, Elijah and Alayna. Danny enjoys time spent with his family. His hobbies include construction and restoring classic cars.
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Major Kahle Magalis
Administration and Operations Management
Major Magalis has been employed by the Warren County Sheriff's Office since 1998 and has been assigned to the Investigations Division since 2001. In addition, he has served as a member of the Northwest VA Regional Drug Task Force and the Northwest VA Regional Gang Task Force. Major Magalis is a graduate of the Virginia Forensic Science Academy and recently graduated from the FBI National Academy Program in Quantico, VA. He remains active with the Northwest VA Regional Drug Task Force as a member of the Clandestine Lab Enforcement Team. Major Magalis serves as the commander of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Team.
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Captain Michael Arnold
Division Commander – Patrol, Animal Control, Investigations, Narcotics, Gang, School Resource, Commander of the Crisis Negotiations Team
Captain Michael Arnold attended the University of South Dakota where he studied Criminal Justice. In 1994, he worked for the Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Office in South Dakota, serving as Chief Deputy. After moving to Warren County in 1997, Captain Arnold began his career at the Warren County Sheriff’s Office assigned as a deputy to the Patrol Division. In January 2007, he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant and received the rank of Patrol Lieutenant nine months later. On April 1, 2012, he was promoted to Captain and is the Division Commander overseeing the Patrol and Communications/E911 Divisions.
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Captain Roger Vorous
Division Commander – Court Holding, Civil Process, Courthouse Security, D.A.R.E., E911/Communications, Records Management, Accreditation
Captain Vorous began his law enforcement career with Warren County Sheriff's Office in 1990 as a jailor. In 1993, he transfered to the Patrol Division as a road deputy. He was promoted to Patrol Sergeant in 2006 and was appointed as the Patrol Lieutenant on April 1, 2012. He has lived in Warren County for most of his life. He has been married to his wife, Carol, for thirty-two years and they have one son, Joshua. Captain Vorous has been a certified General Instructor of Defensive Tactics-specializing in use of force technique for seventeen years. He has also been a certified instructor of Taser/Asp Baton for fifteen years.
Captain Vorous has been an active member of the Special Operations Team for twenty years, with seven of those serving in the capacity of assistant commander of the team. He has received training in the Leadership/Supervisory courses. He was promoted to Captain in November 2014 and will take effect February 1, 2015. Captain Vorous currently oversees court services operations, including management of court holding facilities, court and courthouse security, civil process, and the DARE program. He also serves as Chaplain and training coordinator for the Warren County Sheriff's Office.
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Lieutenant Charles Bockey
Patrol, Special Operations, Tracking Team, Animal Control, School Resource, Accreditation
Lieutenant Bockey began his law enforcement career with the Warren County Sheriff's Office in 2004 as an Investigator with the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force. In 2008, he transferrred to the Patrol Division as a road deputy. He was promoted to Patrol Sergeant in 2012 and was appointed as the Court Services Lieutenant on December 1, 2013. In December 2014, Lieutenant Bockey transferred back to the patrol division. He serves as the assistant commander of the Special Operations Team, the assistant team leader of the tracking team, FTO and Bike Patrol Supervisor and Accreditation Manager. Lieutenant Bockey previously spent eight years in the U.S. Air Force as a Security Forces member and two years with the Middletown Police Department.
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Lieutenant Gordon Foster
Lieutenant Foster began his career with Warren County in 1992 working in communications. Lieutenant Foster then worked in corrections and patrol before transferring to criminal investigations in 2004. He completed fire investigation training with the Virginia Fire Mashall Academy in 2002. He works jointly with the county Fire Marshall's office in fire and explosion incidents that occur in the county. Lieutenant Foster currently supervises sheriff's office investigators assigned to criminal, narcotics, and gang investigations. He also oversees the operations of the property and evidence section for the office. He has been a lifelong resident of Warren County.
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Lieutenant Raymond Fogle
Civil Process, Courthouse Security, Records Management, Accreditation, Court Holding, DARE, FOIA Officer
Lieutenant Fogle began his law enforcement career as a part-time corrections officer in April 1990 and became full-time with the Sheriff's Office in July 1990. Lieutenant Fogle was transferred to the patrol division as a road deputy in 1994 and was promoted to the Criminal Investigations Division in March 2004. In November 2011, he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant and transferred back to the patrol division. He became Lieutenant of Court Services in February 2015.
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Administrative Services Manager
Linda J. Rosser
Telephone: 540-635-7243 | Fax: 540-636-1461 | email@example.com
Administrative Assistant - Patrol
Telephone: 540-635-4128 | Fax: 540 636-4950 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant - Civil
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Administrative Assistant - Investigations
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Senior Office Associate
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