Officer honored as Deputy of the Month for river rescue


Officer honored as Deputy of the Month for river rescue

A Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Deputy who made a live-saving rescue of a man from the Harpeth River was named Deputy of the Month for May.

Deputy Erol (Turk) Agaoglu and his favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.

Toyota of Cool Springs will make a donation to Camp Hope in his honor. Camp Hope is a nonprofit organization through Vanderbilt Burn Center that offers a free week of physical and emotional healing for children who have suffered burn injuries.

Deputy Agaoglu was given this award in recognition of his lifesaving rescue of a man from the Harpeth River. He has worked for the WCSO for 13 years and is assigned to the Traffic Unit in the Patrol Division.

Toyota of Cool Springs General Sales Manager Kris Krabill presented a plaque to Deputy Agaoglu and Toyota of Cool Springs will donate a check for $150 to Camp Hope.

Each month Toyota of Cool Springs will honor a WCSO deputy and a charity.

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