Mike Arbaugh Retires From Service With Lewisburg Police Department

By Bobby Bordelon

Police officers, Lewisburg city officials, and citizens gathered in the lower floor of the Greenbrier County Public Library to celebrate the retirement of Corporal Mike Arbaugh after a career over 25 years long with the Lewisburg Police Department.

Arbaugh was promoted to corporal in 2009, but his career began as a patrolman first class in 1995. Lewisburg Chief Tim Stover, Deputy Chief Chris Teubert, and Mayor John Manchester told stories and spoke highly of Arbaugh's work. Manchester applauded Arbaugh's dependability and his ability to act as a law enforcer in tough situations.

Read more in the Monday, September 24, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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