Officer & Deputy Honored For Life-Saving Actions

L to R: Greenville Police Chief Scott Workman, Officer Caleb Walton, Deputy Cody Donaldson, and Sheriff Jim Leitschuh

Two local members of the law enforcement community were honored during a special ceremony Monday morning in the Greenville Municipal Building.

Greenville Police Officer Caleb Walton and Bond County Deputy Cody Donaldson were recognized for life-saving actions while a female was in distress last month at a home in Greenville.

Greenville Chief of Police Scott Workman told the story at the ceremony. He said the officers responded to an ambulance call of a non-responsive female. The officers assessed the situation and began CPR, which they continued until the ambulance arrived on-scene. The officers rode the ambulance and continued CPR until they arrived at the hospital.

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Sheriff Jim Leitschuh presented a lifesaving pin and certificate to Donaldson and Chief Workman did the same to Walton.

Donaldson has been with the sheriff’s department four years and Walton has been a Greenville officer approximately two years.

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