SHERIFF HOSTS ‘DARK WOODS JUSTICE’ PREVIEW AT MONTHLY BREAKFAST
Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted Executive Producer and owner of PSG Films Brian Jones and Director of Photography Josh Sanz of the newest reality television series for the Discovery Channel, ‘Dark Woods Justice’, set to premier June 7th at 10pm. This six episode series will feature natural resource theft and other investigations by the Mason, Jefferson, and Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Offices.
Sheriff Casey Salisbury spoke of the partnerships of all Mason County’s neighboring law enforcement agencies commenting that, “People ask how we handle large investigations in Mason County and I respond that our neighboring agencies are great friends and because of our relationships, we can send resources back and forth to support one another. It’s not just Mason County. It’s all our brother and sister agencies who make these things happen.”
Sheriff Salisbury also recognized Retired Jail Chief Tom Haugen for his 33 years of service to the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.
Retired Chief Haugen said, “It was a privilege to work for Mason County for this many years and for all my sheriff’s past and present.”
Chief Haugen retires after serving all 33 years at the Mason County Jail. Haugen started his career as a jailer in 1983 and promoted to Sergeant after 10 years. He was promoted to Jail Superintendent by Sheriff Whybark in 2003.
The monthly Law Enforcement Breakfast draws together first responders from multiple agencies in the region including fire, medical, legal, and law enforcement personnel as well as retirees and public-minded citizens. Keynote speakers are invited to address topics affecting communities, public service, and current trends.
Photos related to this release:
Left to Right: Sheriff Casey Salisbury, Executive Producer Brian Jones, and Director of Photography Josh Sanz
Left to Right: retired Sheriff Steve Whybark, Sheriff Casey Salisbury, retired Chief Tom Haugen