Trumbull deputy honored for service

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – A longtime Trumbull County Sheriff’s deputy was honored Friday.

It was the last day on the job for Lieutenant Pete Lucic who is retiring after serving the department for 33 years.

Co-workers threw him a surprise party in the Trumbull County Courthouse, and even presented him with plaques to celebrate his career.

Lucic said he believes he has served the residents of Trumbull County well over the years.

“It has been a great experience. I have mixed emotions about leaving. I am sad I am leaving a lot of good friends I have made through the years and a lot of great officers,” Lucic said.

Lucic, who is also a professional wrestler, is leaving for the private sector. He has taken a job as general manager for G4S security solutions, which is the largest security company in the world.

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