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Kyle Guralski is the Sturtevant Police Department’s newest sworn officer.
Chief Sean Marschke told trustees Tuesday that the village Police & Fire Commission approved Guralski’s appointment last month.
“We are very happy to welcome Officer Guralski and expect him to do a great job,” he said.
The new officer is from Athens and has an Associate’s Degree from Northcentral Technical College. He interned at the Athens Police Department and has previous experience as a security officer at Harley Davidson in Tomahawk, WI.
On his Facebook page, Guralski announced his appointment and thanked family and friends for their support.
“The long nights, stressful days, and distant dreams have finally paid off. As I stated before… Dreams do come true. Anyone can reach them if you jump high enough. At times it may feel so distant you will doubt yourself and everything you do, but with hard work, dedication, and the support of loving friends and family… Anything is possible. Thank you for the support. I refuse to let you down,” he wrote.