LIMA — Allen County Sheriff Matt Treglia swore in five new deputies during a ceremony Wednesday evening in Allen County Common Pleas Court.
Justin Hollar is a graduate of Allen East High School. He obtained a bachelors degree in marketing from the University of Northwestern Ohio and later attended the Rhodes State College Law Enforcement Academy, where he obtained his Ohio Peace Officers Training certificate. The position with the Allen County Sheriff’s Office will be the beginning of Hollar’s law enforcement career.
Brianna Leary is a graduate of Bath High School. Later she attended Rhodes State College, where she obtained an associate’s degree in Criminal Justice and her Ohio Peace Officers Training certificate. Leary worked for the Lima Police Department for a brief time before being hired by the sheriff.
Justin Jolliff is a graduate of Findlay High School and a recent graduate of Owens Community College Law Enforcement Academy. The Allen County Sheriff’s Office will be the beginning of his law enforcement career.
Logan Curfman is a graduate of Hilliard Bradley High School. He later attended Hocking College, where he studied natural resources and where he obtained his Ohio Peace Officers Training certificate. He worked as park ranger for two years for Franklin County and Columbus Metro Parks. He moved with his family to Allen County in early 2017, where he began working in the maintenance division of the Johnny Appleseed Metro Park District until being hired by the sheriff’s office.
Dane Querry is a graduate of Lima Central Catholic and the Rhodes State College Law Enforcement Academy. Querry worked part-time for both the Cridersville Police Department and Ottawa Police Department prior to being hired as an Allen County deputy.