Hydron promoted to sergeant
New Crittenden County post supervisor among three promotions approved by ASP Commission
Arkansas State Police LITTLE ROCK – Corporal Philip Hydron, 45, of Brinkley, was promoted to the rank of sergeant last Thursday.
Hydron is a 13-year veteran of the Arkansas State Police.
The nomination for promotion was presented for consideration to the Arkansas State Police Commission today by Colonel Bill Bryant, state police director. The commission approved the promotion and two others during a regularly scheduled meeting.
Sergeant Hydron will assume new duties as a Crittenden County post supervisor assigned to Arkansas State Police Highway Patrol Division, Troop D.
In other action, Captain Mark Hollingsworth, 56, of North Little Rock was promoted to the rank of major. He is a 31-year veteran of the Arkansas State Police.
Major Hollingsworth will continue in his role as commander of the department’s Criminal Investigation Division.
Sergeant Kevin Richmond, 54, of Springdale, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant.
Richmond is a 27-year veteran of the department.
Lieutenant Richmond will assume command of Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division, Company D.
From Bill Sadler