Photo/Story Gallery 2002

Three FHP Members Honored by Governor Bush

Lt. Duncan receiving commendation from Gov Bush During the 2002 Florida Drug Summit held in Tallahassee on April 30, 2002, three members of the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) were honored with written commendations from Governor Jeb Bush and certificates of appreciation from Director Jim McDonough of the Florida Office of Drug Control.

Pictured left: Lt. Duncan receives commendation from Gov Bush.

Lieutenant Martin V. Duncan, state coordinator of the FHP Contraband Interdiction Program (CIP) was commended for his “outstanding performance of duty” in making the CIP “hugely successful”. In addition, Lieutenant Duncan was commended for his “leadership, dedication and hard work” and “close coordination” in the current and ongoing Operation Sudden Storm enforcement detail.

Trooper Davis and Trooper Lemery receive a commendation from Gov Bush Trooper Jason Lemery and Trooper Jimmy Davis from Troop C were each commended for their “outstanding performance of duty” as members of the CIP.

Pictured right: Trooper Davis and Trooper Lemery  each receive a commendation from Governor Bush.

In addition, Trooper Lemery and Trooper Davis were commended for a recent seizure of 84 pounds of marijuana during Operation Sudden Storm. Governor Bush wrote “Your alert actions and attention to detail thwarted a drug trafficker from delivering his illegal cargo”.

Congratulations to these members for the positive recognition they bring to the Florida Highway Patrol and its drug interdiction initiative. Keep up the good work!