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Federal task force officer to run for sheriff

Federal Task Force Officer Pete Broderick has announced his candidacy for Cherokee County sheriff in the upcoming 2024 election.

Broderick, a republican, was born in Orlando, FL in 1976 and moved to Broken Arrow in 1985. He graduated from Hill Haven Christian Academy in 1994, and made Cherokee County his permanent home in 2016.

While working for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, Broderick was a deputy, K-9 handler, patrol sergeant, and investigating sergeant. During his tenure at CCSO, he recovered millions of dollars in stolen property as well as the seizure of several pounds of methamphetamine and fentanyl.

He was awarded the 2023 Investigator of the Year Award given by the District 27 Violent Crimes and Drugs at the office of District Attorney Jack Thorp. Broderick is currently serving as a full-time Federal Bureau of Investigation Task Force officer.

His law enforcement training includes certifications as a Basic Peace Officer, Oklahoma Basic Instructor, and a graduate of the C.L.E.E.T. Criminal Investigation Academy.


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