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Posted on: October 4, 2022

Former City Prosecutor receives recognition at City Council meeting

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Mayor William E. Cooper Tuesday recognized Jeremy Mitchell for his contributions while serving as City Prosecutor.

Mitchell served as City Prosecutor in the Municipal Court System for roughly two- and one-half years before taking a job with the Coffee County District Attorney’s office.

“Jeremy Mitchell is the epitome of a dedicated public servant,” Mayor Cooper said. “He was responsive to both the needs of victims and the Enterprise Police Department. He did what he needed to do to keep repeat offenders off the street. We are glad to know he is at the District Attorney’s office where he can continue to help the citizens of Coffee County.”

Ashley Marshall became the City Prosecutor Sept. 20, 2022 when she was sworn in at the City Council meeting.

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