ROCK HILL/CLOVER, SC – York County Sheriff Bruce Bryant would like to congratulate Master Deputy II Ray Feaster received the Clover Optimist Club Respect for Law Award and Master Deputy Joey Wallace received the Rock Hill Optimist Club Respect for Law Award.
Deputy Feaster Deputy Wallace
Deputy Feaster is a 24 year veteran of law enforcement and has achieved the rank of Master Deputy II. Feaster was awarded for his work as the school resource officer at Clover Middle School. On the job, Feaster is a positive role model to his middle school students. Feaster believes the students are our county’s greatest asset and we need to invest in their future.
Deputy Feaster has received extensive training in gang intelligence and instructs students on topics of internet safety, bullying, drug and alcohol awareness and he is proud of the response to his Juvenile Jail Awareness presentations, which demonstrates to middle school students a way to make better decisions to become successful in life beyond high school.
Deputy Wallace was awarded for his efforts in the Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Gang investigation that began in 2010. Deputy Wallace worked countless hours on this case with many other investigators and agencies to bring an end to this organized crime ring. This investigation ended in June of 2012, with the arrest of many high-profile Hell’s Angels members. According to Assistant United States Attorney Jay Richardson Deputy Wallace has also provided “indispensable information” in the prosecution of these cases.
Deputy Wallace is a team player and represents the York County Sheriff’s Office in a professional manner daily. Deputy Wallace has been employed with the York County Sheriff’s office since 2006.