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Officer Burke promoted to Lincoln City Police detective

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James Burke Detective James Burke has been promoted to Lincoln City Police Department detective.

Burke joined the agency in September 2017 as a lateral officer from the Nye County Sheriff’s Office in Nevada, where he served three years as a patrol deputy and a member of SWAT for a year and a half.

Since joining the LCPD last year, Burke has immersed himself into the community by performing presentations to neighborhood associations and church organizations, as well as being involved with several major investigations.

In this new position, Burke said he hopes to continue assisting patrol and other agencies with their investigations by utilizing his knowledge and experience and working towards not solving and preventing crime in the community.

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  1. In this new position, Burke said he hopes to continue assisting patrol and other agencies with their investigations by utilizing his knowledge and experience and working towards not solving and preventing crime in the community.

    not solving and preventing crime in the community.
    Obstruction of justice I do not believe, is the proper strategy here. Perhaps it is not accurately described?

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