Cimarron County Deputy Tim Puclik receives a citation from the El Paso, Texas Police Chief.
El Paso-Tim Puclik II a Deputy with the Cimarron County Sheriffs Office in Boise City, Oklahoma. Was assigned to Fort Bliss, Texas for a brief period for an injury that he sustained while on active duty. His injury sidelined his military career. While he was awaiting final disposition from the U.S. Army he took a part time job at an El Paso night club working security.
On June 14, 2008 Mr. Puclik was working at the night club and observed four female pedestrians that were struck by a speeding pick up truck. He immediately jumped into his personal vehicle and stopped the driver from fleeing the scene. He not only assisted in the arrest of the driver, but protected the driver of the pick up truck from several angry witnesses while aiding the El Paso Police with crowd control.
Five months later on November 1st, 2008 Mr. Puclik witnessed another driver strike a pedestrian and try to flee while dragging the pedestrian several yards. Mr. Puclik got into his vehicle, chased the driver several blocks, conducted a felony vehicle stop, and detained the driver until police arrived.
For his actions on these dates Deputy Puclik has been awarded the Chiefs Award from the Chief of the El Paso Police Department for service above and beyond the call of duty. Deputy Puclik is a great credit to his organization and law enforcement in general.
Deputy Puclik received his award from the Chief of Police in El Paso, Texas on March 20th, 2009 at the Chiefs Annual Awards Ceremony.