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Remembering “Rollin'” Nolan Ray Scully

St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office press release – Sheriff Tim Cameron and the men and women of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office solemnly mark the five-year anniversary of the passing of Sgt. “Rollin’” Nolan Ray Scully, who died on Feb. 4, 2017 at the age of 4. Born in Leonardtown to parents Ruth Rebecca Rogers Scully and Jonathan Patrick Scully, Nolan bravely fought a rare soft-tissue cancer for a year and a half. Nolan loved firefighters, police and all emergency first-responders. “Nolan Ray was a fierce Protector, especially to his Mommy,” his 2017 obituary said. “It was no surprise when he became adamant that he wanted nothing more than to be a ‘policeman’ and he became just that being sworn in for the first time” by the Philadelphia Police Commissioner. “Nolan Ray wanted to be a one-of-a-kind policeman,” his obituary said. Not only was Nolan made an honorary sergeant by the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, an active patrol cruiser was also named after him. In 2018, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office established an annual award for noncommissioned officers. The Sgt. Nolan Scully Memorial NCO Award is presented to a sworn sergeant who possesses a selfless and fearless […]

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