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LAW ENFORCEMENT NEWS
La Salle County Sheriff Anthony Zertuche administered the oath of office and pinned the badge on the newest member of his agency in a courtroom ceremony at the end of August, welcoming Esteban Lozano as a new deputy.
Lozano is a Laredo native and hopes to move to La Salle County, now that he has begun full-time patrol with the sheriff’s office. He earned his peace officer license through the law enforcement academy at Southwest Texas Junior College in Uvalde in 2021 and has since served as a school resource officer and patrolman for the Laredo United ISD Police Department.
The new deputy began patrol at the end of August in La Salle and has been working with his field training officer, Deputy Eusebio Garcia, in familiarizing himself with the community. In recent weeks, the pair have been on night patrol across the county.
“I’m excited to start in a new position here,” Deputy Lozano said. “This will be a new and different experience. I’m looking forward to getting to know the community and the people we serve.”