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Police Department Honors William Turney

The Port Huron Police Department honored World War II Veteran William “Bill” Turney with a scholarship to be named in his honor. The scholarship will be provided to a youth academy participant exploring a career in criminal justice who demonstrates great leadership, academic, and physical skills.

Bill originally set out to join the Port Huron Police Department after returning home from his well-decorated service in WWII but was deemed, “too short” based on a since abolished height requirement. However, Bill has always found a way to help out the Police department over the years, he was a participant in the citizen’s police academy in 2002. After the academy, he decided he would become a volunteer for the department.

That commitment to service is now honored for all to see by the Port Huron Police Department.

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We can’t thank Bill enough for his service both overseas and locally in the police department.

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