Mountlake Terrace honors Police Officers for exceptional work

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The City of Mountlake Terrace honored six police officers and three supervisors for their work during highly unusual circumstances over the past several years during Monday’s City Council meeting.

Police Chief Greg Wilson handed out the awards to individuals for their “exceptional work and performance.” The awards go through a vetting process by the Employee Recognition Review Board, Wilson said.

Mountlake Terrace Detective Tim Krahn and Detective Dan MacKenzie received the Certificate of Merit for their investigation of a homicide that occurred on October 4, 2012. (Photos courtesy City of Mountlake Terrace)
Mountlake Terrace Detective Tim Krahn, Detective Dan MacKenzie and Detective Sergeant Mike Haynes received the Certificate of Merit award for their investigation of a homicide that occurred on October 4, 2012. (Photos courtesy City of Mountlake Terrace)
Mountlake Terrace Police Officer Kat Brech, Sergeant Pat Lowe, Officer Brian Moss and Officer Matt Porter received the Police Chief's Commendation award for their response to a sexual assault and stabbing on March 29, 2014.
Mountlake Terrace Police Officer Kat Brech, Sergeant Pat Lowe, Officer Brian Moss and Officer Matt Porter received the Police Chief’s Commendation award for their response to a sexual assault and stabbing on March 29, 2014.
Mountlake Terrace Sergeant Scott Burkeet and Officer Matt Porter received the Medal of Distinguished Service award for their actions during an officer involved shooting on Nov. 19. 2012.
Mountlake Terrace Sergeant Scott Burkett and Officer Matt Porter received the Medal of Distinguished Service award for their actions during an officer involved shooting on Nov. 19. 2012.
Mountlake Terrace Sergeant Pat Low received the Lifesaving Award for his actions on Jan. 21, 2014 that saved the life of a suicidal female who was attempting to jump onto Interstate 5 from the 220th Street overpass.
Mountlake Terrace Sergeant Pat Lowe received the Lifesaving Award for his actions on Jan. 21, 2014 that saved the life of a suicidal female who was attempting to jump onto Interstate 5 from the 220th Street overpass.
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Mountlake Terrace Detective Tim Krahn (center) poses with members of the Police Explorers program.

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