|Craig family legacy in law enforcement|
Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Officer Mickey Craig, from left, and his son Pendleton County Sheriff Deputy Hunter Craig pose for a photograph. Mickey Craig will be retiring from his job the end of July.
By Karen Hyden, Reporter
Prior to working for the sheriff's office, Hunter was employed with the Campbell County Detention Center for two years. Shortly after beginning there, he began to consider a job in law enforcement and spoke to his father about the possibility. "When I told Dad I wanted to work in law enforcement, he told me to go to every police department and see what opened up. That was within the first six weeks of my working there and it took me two years to get a job."
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