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Mackey's Antiques & Clock Repair
1249 Gihon Road
Parkersburg WV 26101
 

   304 422-7274

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This website is owned by Mackey's Antiques & Clock Repair and has No Connections at all with the Parkersburg Police Department, the Wood County Sheriff Department the West Virginia State Police, West Virginia Natural Resources Police or any other Law Enforcement. I was brought up to respect all of our Law Enforcement and a lot of the Parkersburg Police were friends of my family growing up in the 1950s to 1980s All of these law Enforcement pages is dedicated to our law enforcement that risk there lives to protect all of us and I Thank All of you for that

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Something about these West Virginia Natural Resources Police Officer a lot of people do not know. most people think the DNR is just a Game Warden, they are much more, they are Police Officers  just like any law enforcement officer. they also back up all other law enforcement officers when they need help   

 

District VI, Western Region Natural Resources Police Officers, March 16 2016 a lot of people think the DNR officers are just Game wardens they do not know these Natural Resources Officers are Police Officers, and back up other law enforcement officers when needed. Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

The "whole gang" more or less taken at Stonewall Jackson State Park they were there to meet with Governor Manchin Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Graduation from the DNR Officer's Training School February 1975 DNR Officer H . E. Shaver III had been working since September 1974. then they sent them to school should have went to school before going to the field. the old days. served from 1974 to 2011, retired as Captain, the District Commander based in Parkersburg. with his dad Capt. H. E. Shaver Jr. who served from 1950 to 1988 and retired with the rank of Captain. picture was taken at North Bend State Park. September 1974 Picture courtesy of retired Captain Harry "Chip" Shaver

 

DNR Officer H . E. Shaver III Getting his 35 year service certificate from the Governor Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Promotion to Captain...L to R.. Lt. Col. Jerry Jenkins, Captain H. E. "Chip" Shaver, Col. David Murphy...@ DNR HQ South Charleston, WV January 2010 Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

In Service Training Class at the State Police Academy sometime in the early 1950's Capt. H. E. Shaver Jr served from 1950 to 1988 and retired with the rank of Captain. in the back row, far right Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Training and Policy School  1957 Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Capt. Shaver, Ira Lattimer (DNR Director), Col. Woodburn receiving their service certificates 1971 Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Capt. John Casto, Capt. Harry Shaver and Col. Allen Woodburn on a goose/pheasant hunt in Ohio. 1968 Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Harry Shaver first policy school and in-service training. @ Cedar Lakes Conference Center fall of 1974. Picture Courtesy Harry Shaver

 

Natural Resources Police Officer Clyde Armstead, Picture Courtesy Clyde Armstead

 

Additional Natural Resources Police Officers have arrived in Summers and Greenbriar Counties. The officers have brought additional equipment and supplies to aid in rescue.

 

On 6-2-16 DNR officers from Districts four, five, and six attended the Forks Of Coal Natural Area dedication. This area will be home to District 5 office for law enforcement and wildlife sections. The area is 120 acres with trails and other recreation opportunities and is situated in the fork of the Big and Little Coal Rivers. The dedication ceremony had over 200 guests on the property and officers were on hand for security, traffic control, and to answer question from attendees. The area will host a grand opening on Saturday and will be open to the public at that point. Thank you to everyone who has put in countless hours to make this area available to the public!

 

West Virginia Department Natural Resources Officers, probably around late 1940 to early 1950, Bottom Right is Ray Clemens, Picture Courtesy Dan Clemens

 

West Virginia Natural Resources Police Officers Clyde armstead and Steven Minardi on the day they both retired Picture Courtesy Steven Minardi

 

this is at the retirement dinner Ritchie county gave Steven Minardi after he left the DNR and was working part time for Harrisville Police Department from left to right Terry Dunn,  Jim Haas, Steven Minardi and Clyde Armstead Picture Courtesy Steven Minardi

 

West Virginia Natural Resources Police Officers & other Law Enforcement hunting for illegal Marijuana  Plants and other dope. Picture Courtesy Steven Minardi

 

West Virginia Natural Resources Police Officer Steven Minardi last time out hunting pot plants before retired from the DNR. Picture Courtesy Steven Minardi

 

West Virginia Natural Resources Police Officer Steven Minardi Ritchie County Sheriff Ron Barniak, and Pennsboro chief of police Dave Richards hunting dope. Picture Courtesy Steven Minardi Picture Courtesy Steven Minardi

 

 

 

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