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After two days of being a Shelby County deputy sheriff, Gerald Wooldridge is amazed at how friendly local people are and how often they wave to him as he drives by.
He said he has worked in communities before where the only hand gestures that law enforcement received were far less friendly.
Wooldridge, who joined department on Tuesday, said what he looks forward to most about his new job is being apart of the community and getting to know folks.
Wooldridge, 33, said he knew that he wanted to be in law enforcement since he was 5.
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