John Zuber, a member of the White Hall Police Department for two years and a veteran narcotics officer, has been promoted to the rank of sergeant to head up the department’s criminal investigation division, according to Police Chief Richard “Ricky” Wingard.
Zuber promoted by WHPD
A native of the Hardin community and a graduate of Dollarway High School, Zuber has served in the department’s uniformed Patrol Division for two years.
He was commissioned as a Pine Bluff police officer in 1990 and during his 20 years with the police agency served as a detective sergeant over narcotics enforcement, a bicycle patrol supervisor and supervisor of the uniformed patrol. He was a member of the Tri-County DrugTaskForce while working in narcotics enforcement.
Zuber replaces Sgt. Mark Bradley in criminal investigations, Wingard said. Bradley is the uniformed patrol supervisor who replaced Sgt. Greg Moody, Wingard added, when Moody left the department to take another job.
“Sgt. Zuber has the experience we can utilize in criminal investigations and his years of experience in narcotics will be invaluable,” the police chief said. “In addition to more than 20 years law enforcement experience, we know he has a great work ethic.
“We believe he will be a valuable asset to the White Hall Police Department because of the experience and training.”