Pulaski Sheriff’s Office veteran is now a member of U.S. Marshal Task force
Staff Report Commonwealth Journal
A 10-year veteran with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department has also joined the ranks of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.
Detective Daryl Kegley was sworn in this week by Loren Carl, the United States Marshal for the District of Eastern Kentucky, as a special deputy with the U.S. Marshals service.
Kegley has been assigned to the Eastern District U.S. Marshals Task Force. He will be working to apprehend wanted felons and fugitives in Pulaski County and other counties.
The sheriff’s department has been involved with the U.S. Marshals Task Force since around 2010, and has two deputies assigned to the task force.
During that period, 635 wanted felons or fugitives have been taken into custody, according to the sheriff’s department.
Pulaski County Sheriff Todd Wood said the combined resources between the U.S. Marshals Service and his department have benefited all involved.
“We have a very good working relationship with the U.S. Marshals Service, as evident by the number of felons and fugitives who have been apprehended since its inception,” Wood stated in a press release. “I feel very confident that we, as a team, will continue to see our apprehensions increase with the U.S.