Mikulewicz completes course, passes test to gain license in state
When Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Blaise Mikulewicz addressed a recent graduating class of the sheriff’s peace officer academy, he felt a little guilty. And a little jealous.
He had 26 years experience in law enforcement and was acting as chief operating officer for the sheriff’s office, but he didn’t yet have a state peace officer’s license from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.
He does now.
On Feb. 21, Sheriff Benny Parkey swore him in as a Texas peace officer. It took him only 90 days, working after...