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Sheriff’s Office youth group hosts pistol competition

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CLEARWATER — The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 900 hosted the September 2013 Florida Association of Police Explorers Delegates Meeting and Pistol Competition this past weekend.

The Explorer Program is set up to give young men and women in Pinellas County an opportunity to learn about careers in law enforcement.

According to a Sheriff’s Office press release, Explorer posts from around the state met for a day of training to kick off the event, which consisted of a domestic violence investigations lecture.

The three-day gathering concluded with a bang – the annual Pistol Competition.

Held at the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Shooting Range, the competition’s Expert Division was eventually won by Kelley Butterfield, with Kyle Hughes placing second. Other Post 900 placers were Spencer Shaw in the Sharpshooter Division (3rd place) and Max Dulski and Elizabeth Vogt in the Marksman Division (1st and 3rd, respectively).

The local post also placed first in the Team Shooting Event. Hughes, Shaw, Butterfield and Dulski participated on the team.

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