First Sgt. Ed Davis retires from the Indiana State Police after 34 years
Davis finished his career at the Pendleton Post
Last Updated: 116 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana State Police retired a veteran with more than three decades of service Sunday, saying farewell to First Sgt. Ed Davis.
Davis retired at the Pendleton Post after 34 years as an officer.
Before joining the Indiana State Police, Davis attended Ball State University and worked at Dudley's Service Station in New Castle, Ind. He joined the force in 1979 at the Connersville Post, where he worked as a road trooper until being promoted to detective.
Davis worked in investigations until being promoted to detective squad sergeant. In 2004 he was promoted to first sergeant DIC, overseeing all investigations at the Connersville Post.
When the Connersville Post was closed in 2010, he became the District 51 DIC in charge of all investigations at the Pendleton District.
Davis was honored at the post by a luncheon attended by family members, peers and retirees last month.
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