Council Confirms Appointment of Six New Officers: Auxiliary Police Also Get Special Police Appointments

June 25, 2014
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Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Police Chief Steve Mazzie are joined by the Everett Police Department’s six new recruits Nicholas Cristiano, Joseph Poirier, James McGregor, Lauren Pagliuca, Stephen Sabella and Carlos Membreno-Lainez, Lieutenant Nick Cristiano and veteran Officer Steve Sabella, who were both on hand to see their sons sworn in as was former Mayor John Hanlon.

Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Police Chief Steve Mazzie are joined by the Everett Police Department’s
six new recruits Nicholas Cristiano, Joseph Poirier, James McGregor, Lauren Pagliuca,
Stephen Sabella and Carlos Membreno-Lainez, Lieutenant Nick Cristiano and veteran Officer
Steve Sabella, who were both on hand to see their sons sworn in as was former Mayor John Hanlon.

On a night in the City Council chambers that was dominated by budget talk and proposed cuts, the City Council chose to start the evening by confirming the appointment of six new Everett Police Officers and confirming the appointment of 12 Auxiliary Police officers at Special Police Officers in the City off Everett.

The six new full-time officers included officers Nicholas Cristiano, Joseph Poirier, James McGregor, Lauren Pagliuca, Stephen Sabella and Carlos Membreno-Lainez.

Nicholas Cristiano and Stephen Sabella are second generation Everett police officers, and both were able to be sworn in with their fathers on hand to witness the event. Lt. Nick Cristiano and Officer Steve Sabella were also invited to join their sons and the other new recruits in posing for pictures with Mayor DeMaria.

Not to be forgotten, the Everett Auxiliary Police Department, an all volunteer department of local residents who seek to aid local fulltime officers, had Chief Leonard Jordan and 11 other members of the Auxiliary sworn in as well.