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Commend City Officers Work On Murder Case
Peshtigo Police Chief Kent Kline has issued a letter of commendation to Officer Jason Christenson for his investigative work in the homicide case of Trisch Waschbisch, 45, Peshtigo, reported on April 28.
Chief Kline wrote, On April 28, Officer Christenson was dispatched to a critical incident which turned into a homicide investigation and man hunt. Officer Christenson with agents from the state Division of Criminal Investigation of Appleton and Marinette County detectives, worked tirelessly during the critical incident phase, during the man hunt phase and continued to work numerous long hours during the follow up stage, without sleep and without complaint, to see this case through from beginning to end, including the autopsy.
Even after enduring long hours with no sleep, Officer Christenson conducted himself in a very professional manner not only reflecting positively on his professionalism but on the Police Department and City of Peshtigo as a whole.
No tasks was too great or too small. Officer Christenson did everything that was asked of him. Because of this, search warrants were produced quickly; interviews were conducted obtaining needed and important information which helped Officers complete their tasks.
Officer Christenson is a credit to his uniform and to this department and his efforts in this case cannot go unnoticed. We are fortunate to have an Officer willing to go above and beyond and I personally thank him for his dedication.
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