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Photo Credit: HOLLY M. GILL - Madras City Administrator Gus Burril, left, swears in two new reserve officers for the Madras Police Department, Isiah Duarte and Bud Stout, right.The city of Madras swore in two new reserve officers for the Madras Police Department Aug. 15.

Isiah Duarte, 24, and Bud Stout, 48, both corrections officers, will join five other reserve officers that assist the MPD's staff, which has 10 full-time employees.

Nearly three years ago, Duarte moved to Madras to work at the Jefferson County Correctional Facility, where he is a jail deputy.

Duarte grew up in Sherman County, and attended Central Oregon Community College, where he studied criminal justice.

Eventually, he'd like to work as a patrol deputy, so he thought he'd volunteer as a reserve officer. "I want to get out in the public," he said.

Stout, who lives in Prineville, has been employed as a correctional officer since 2008, when he worked for the Department of Corrections in Wilsonville. In April 2009, he transferred to Deer Ridge Correctional Institution, where he continues to work.

Prior to working for the DOC, Stout had worked for the Warm Springs Police Department from 2002-2004, and the Crook County Sheriff's Office from 1999-2001.

"Law enforcement has always been my passion," said Stout.

He and his wife, Anne, have three children, daughters who are 19 and 21, and a son who is 4 years of age.

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