Roane County Joint Drug Unit also named best at conference
By Damon Lawrence
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 1:15 am (Updated: November 21, 2:05 am)
Jason Mynatt’s resume just got more impressive.
The detective with the Roane County Sheriff’s Office recently was named the Eastern District Narcotics Officer of the Year and the State Narcotics Officer of the Year at the Tennessee Narcotics Officers Association Training Conference.
“It was an honor,” he said.
Mynatt is a member of the Roane County Joint Drug Unit, which was named the Drug Unit of the Year at the conference.
Rockwood Police Department detective Josh Rymer, a member of the unit, called the honor humbling.
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