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Wendy Davis sworn in as Poulsbo’s new deputy chief

Poulsbo Deputy Police Chief Wendy Davis’ badge is pinned on by her son, Lucas Davis, as stepson Kyle Thompson watches, Wednesday in City Hall. Davis, a former Bremerton police sergeant, was sworn in by Mayor Becky Erickson.  - Megan Stephenson / Herald
Poulsbo Deputy Police Chief Wendy Davis’ badge is pinned on by her son, Lucas Davis, as stepson Kyle Thompson watches, Wednesday in City Hall. Davis, a former Bremerton police sergeant, was sworn in by Mayor Becky Erickson.
— image credit: Megan Stephenson / Herald

POULSBO — More than 30 people filled the Poulsbo City Council chambers Wednesday — friends, family and supportive residents — to welcome new Deputy Police Chief Wendy Davis to the job.

After some words by Chief Dennis Swiney, Mayor Becky Erickson swore Davis into office, completing her first day on the job.

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