Town of Marana police officer retires after 22 years

Steve Bejarano began career in law enforcement in 1990 as police explorer with South Tucson Police Department.

Town of Marana police officer retires after 22 years
After serving in multiple positions and agencies in Tucson, Steve Bejarano is retiring from the town of Marana Police Department. (Source: Town of Marana)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - After serving in multiple positions and agencies in Tucson, Steve Bejarano is retiring from the town of Marana Police Department.

Bejarano joined the department on June 20, 1998 as a police officer after serving in various positions since joining the department on June 20, 1998. Since then, he’s served as a field training officer and police explorer instructor, later assigned to the Metropolitan Area Narcotic Trafficking Interdiction Squads, and now wrapping up his career in law enforcement as an Operations Division patrol officer.

Bejarano was no newbie to the area. He kicked off his career with the city of South Tucson Police Department, then served two years with the city of Nogales Police Department.

After serving the Marana community for 22 years , he will retire on Sept. 25, and is looking forward to spending quality time with family and friends.

The mayor and council of the town of Marana commend and thank Bejarano for his years of service and urge citizens join them in congratulating him on his retirement.

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