Officer Alfonso Olivo Joins Caddo Mills PD

Hunt County News correspondent Serena Booth reports bilingual Officer Alfonso Olivo comes to Caddo Mills from neighboring Rockwall PD. He was utilized quite often translating everything from traffic stops to narcotics intelligence.  He was also a member of Victim’s Crime Task Force.

“What would you do if you were not a police officer?” Hunt County News ask?  “I’d be a fireman” he replied.

There’s one for the fire personnel!  (Fire and police are always ribbing each other about who is the coolest).

Alfonso grew up on a farm with his parents and 7 brothers and sisters and is a proud graduate of Community High School.
When Alfonso is off the clock (as officers are really never ‘off duty’) he loves to family time with his children whose ages range from 13 to 3 months and his lovely wife.
One for the books:
Alfonso, while working the streets of Rockwall, was able to solve about a dozen on going cases and recover thousands of dollars-worth of stolen property – some stolen from Rockwall ISD staff.

“Officer Olivo will be a great team member to the department and to our community,” stated Sergeant Lynn Booth.

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  1. The proper spelling of Officer Olivo’s first name should be Alphonso.

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