Troopers with Shelby ties promoted

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By Lisa King

Four Kentucky State Police troopers with Shelbyville ties were promoted Dec. 9.

Mack Rayburn, a resident of Frankfort, a 19-year veteran of the agency, assigned to the KSP Training Academy in Frankfort, was promoted from trooper first class to sergeant. He is the son of the late Clyde M. Rayburn and Wanda Rayburn of Shelbyville.

Michael Webb, a 10-year veteran of the agency, is a resident of Shelbyville. He is assigned to KSP headquarters in Frankfort and was promoted from senior trooper to sergeant and now serves as commander of KSP’s Public Affairs branch.

A resident of New Castle, Chad White is a 16-year veteran of the agency. He was promoted from Post 12 commander to major and now serves as the commander of the Operational Support Troop at KSP headquarters in Frankfort. He is a son of James and Velma White of Shelby County.

Kenneth P. Stewart, a 22-year veteran of the agency and assigned to KSP Post 12 in Frankfort, was promoted from sergeant to lieutenant. He is the son of Darryl and Carol Stewart of Taylorsville.