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Rossi retires from TCSO

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Carruth PhotoBy Chris Edwards
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WOODVILLE – Longtime lawman Rossi Carruth, a familiar and friendly face of service in Tyler County, announced his retirement on Monday.

According to Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford, Carruth has served as a deputy with TCSO for 14 years, and before that, he served in law enforcement in Hardin County, with both the Kountze Police Department and the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office.

“During his time as a licensed peace officer, Rossi obtained multiple certificates, including Master Peace Officer, Master Jailer, Master Telecommunicator, Sexual Assault/Family Violence Investigator, Mental Health Officer and Court Security,” Weatherford said.

Weatherford and TCSO said they want to congratulate him on his retirement.

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    Nancy Cox · 10 months ago
    Congratulations Officer Rossi you are truly one of the Good Guys. Lots of luck in your future.