Zachary O'Neil named Police Officer of the Year

Award-winner's father retired from the Norwalk Police Department in 2012 after serving 31 years.
Scott Seitz2
Apr 24, 2013


Zachary O'Neil has been named Police Officer of the Year by the Norwalk Lions Club.

His father, Jack O'Neil, retired from the Norwalk Police Department in 2012 after serving 31 years.

Zachary O'Neil, who just celebrated his one-year anniversary of being hired full-time, said he was humbled by the honor.

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swiss family

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah coming from the official blogging Police lololololol You do see that my name is clearly above my postings, just like everyone else's is right??? if you do not like my opinion,. don't read them......hahahahahahaha


Legend: Who put you in charge of telling people who is welcome and who isn't? Even if you don't agree ANYONE can voice an opinion. I only take issue with your arrogance and not article topic.


Fuji, my arrogance? Because of my name correct? Geesh, stereotypical blogger lol! My post was on topic, I congratulated Zach for a job well done! I just think Swiss is a rude piece of garbage that turns every positive thing in this town into a negative. So listen, take your own advice and allow me to state my opinion as well, as your post had nothing to do with this article....shhhhh


A simple "haha" would have been sufficient. I actually do not see your name above your post, I see the fortress in which you hide behind. So once again....shhhhh