Wednesday, August 3, 2016

St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, Corrections Division Announces Retirements


Sergeant Anthony T. Fenwick Retires After Twenty-Five Years of Service



On July 31, 2016, Sgt. Anthony T. Fenwick of the St. Mary’s County Detention Center retired after 25 years of dedicated service. Sgt. Fenwick began his career on August 12, 1991, and completed his Academy training on November 22, 1991. In July 1998 he was promoted to Correctional Officer First Class and promoted again in December 2013 to Corporal. In 2013 he received the rank of Sergeant after Rank Restructure.

Sgt. Fenwick led a very successful career in the Detention Center. In addition to being one of the original members of the Emergency Response Team, he was a Field Training Officer, Transport Supervisor, Operations Squad Supervisor and a K-9 Officer, with his partner Bandy, within the facility.

The Sheriff’s Office congratulates Sgt. Fenwick on his retirement and wishes him well in all of his future endeavors.




Sergeant Selina M.  Dorsey Retires After  Twenty-Five Years of Service


Sgt. Selina M. Dorsey of the St. Mary’s County Detention Center retired after 25 years of dedicated service on January 29, 2016. Sgt. Dorsey began her career on January 7, 1991, and completed her academy training in July of that year. In July 1997 Sgt. Dorsey was promoted to Correctional Officer First Class and promoted again to Corporal in August 2000. In July 2013 Sgt. Dorsey was promoted to Sergeant after Rank Restructure.


Sgt. Dorsey led a very successful career in the Detention Center. In addition to being one of the original members of the Emergency Response Team, she was a Field Training Officer, Operations Squad Supervisor and a member of the Transport Division. Sgt. Dorsey also became a Duly Authorized Inspector for the Maryland Commission Correctional Standards. 

The Sheriff’s Office congratulates Sgt. Dorsey on her retirement and wishes her well in all of her future endeavors.




“I consider it an honor to have worked with two great people who committed 25 years of their lives to serving this community and walking one of the toughest beats in law enforcement.” Captain Michael R. Merican, Warden of the St. Mary’s County Detention Center

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  1. Congratulations Anthony and Selina, you both make us proud! Beverly White

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