HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ ) — A Cabell County Sheriff’s Deputy assigned to the U.S. Marshals Service CUFFED Task Force was recognized Tuesday for his arrest record.
Sgt. Dale Enochs, 41, reached a milestone last week with his 1,000th felony arrest.
The milestone arrest was made in Huntington of a man wanted in Kanawha County for daytime burglary.
Enochs has been assigned to the tasked force for the past four years.
He was presented a plaque during ceremony at the Cabell County Courthouse. The plaque was inscribed, “A milestone for one, a millstone for 1,000.”
“CUFFED is an excellent example of the force-multiplying effect we strive for, and Sgt. Enochs milestone of 1,000 felony arrest is an outstanding example of just how effective the force multiplier can be,” said William Snelson, Assistant Director of Investigative Operation at the U.S Marshals headquarters in Washington.
The U.S Marshals Service sponsored the CUFFED (Cops United Felony Fugitive Enforcement Division) Task Force that includes personnel from the USMS, Cabell County Sheriff’s Office, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Lincoln county sheriff’s office and the W.Va. Division of Parole.