Shelton Police Swear In New Lieutenant and New Officer

The Shelton Police Department has a new Lieutenant, Mike Fiola, and a new officer, Charles Taylor.

L-R: New Officer Charles Taylor, Chief Darin Moody & new Lt. Mike Fiola

Both were sworn-in by Shelton Mayor Gary Cronce.

Michael Fiola took the Oath of Office as the new Lieutenant at Monday’s City Commission meeting making him second in command of the Shelton Police Department. Prior to starting with the Shelton PD in 2003, Lieutenant Fiola served as a Reserve Police Officer in Chehalis, and later with the City of Tenino.  He was promoted to Police Sergeant with the Shelton PD in 2013.

Following his recent graduation from the Police Academy, Charles Taylor took the Oath of Office as the newest Officer with the Shelton Police Department. Officer Taylor was hired as a Reserve Police Officer by the City of Shelton in 2015. He was appointed as a commissioned Officer with the Shelton PD in December of 2016.