Wissahickon graduate was recently sworn in as deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office swore in three new deputies at the end of November, one with local ties. They are:

Deputy Gregory Filoon is a native of Blue Bell and a graduate of Wissahickon High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from West Chester University and attended the Montgomery County Police Academy. He has experience in security, retail, and water safety.

Deputy Michael Karminski is a graduate of Methacton High School and the Montgomery County Police Academy. He earned his associate’s degree in criminal justice from Montgomery County Community College. Deputy Karminski also serves as a Calvary Scout in the US Army National Guard and has experience in security, hospitality, and customer service.

Deputy Christopher Miller is from Montgomery County and is a graduate of the Montgomery County Municipal Police Academy and the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Training Academy. He currently serves as a patrolman in both the Womelsdorf Borough and Bethel Township police departments and was formerly a Spring City police officer as well as serving as a state correctional officer at both the Phoenix and Graterford State Correctional Institutions.

Photo: Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office