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Former Secret Service agent joins KCSO
Marino and Boan
Charles “Chuck” Marino shakes hands with and accept his new sheriff’s deputy badge from Kershaw County Sheriff Lee Boan. Marino is volunteering with the KCSO to assist with school safety assessment, professional standards, accreditation, policy and procedures, and training. He is a former secret service agent who worked with three presidents and global security expert. (KCSO Facebook photo)
A former supervisory special agent with the U.S. Secret Service has joined the ranks of the Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO), according to a post to the KCSO’s Facebook page.