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Jarod Douglas honored for exceptional work by FBI

Northern District of West Virginia U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld held an awards ceremony last week to recognize exceptionalism in investigations and community service. A Braxton County native was one of the honorees.

Among the recipients were the investigators of the serial medical murder case of Reta Mays and the espionage case of Jonathan and Diana Toebbe.

Following the ceremony, Michael D. Nordwall, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Pittsburgh Field Office presented Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) Jarod J. Douglas, lead prosecutor of the Mays and Toebbe cases, with a letter of commendation . . .

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