Two Harris County Sheriff Deputies Make Positive Impact in Community By Helping Autistic Man and Helping Those in Distress
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office continues to shine a light on the exceptional efforts of its teammates who go the extra mile to serve the community. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez and the HCSO recently recognized two deputies, Deputy Ryan Bronikowski and Deputy Anthony Warren, for their outstanding dedication to their duties.
These two deputies have been instrumental in making a positive impact, as highlighted by the commendations received from community members. One resident of Harris County shared their gratitude for the deputies’ assistance with a 19-year-old autistic son enrolled in Project Guardian, saying, “Deputy Bronikowski and Deputy Warren went out of their way to help us. I would like to commend the excellent job they both are doing. They made sure we got home okay, and our son didn’t try to run away.”
Another community member, emphasizing the importance of feeling secure, stated, “As a woman of religious faith, I am very thankful for officers like these who made us feel secure. Both of the officers were very respectful and friendly. They both deserve a big round of applause. We need more officers like them.”
Deputy Ryan Bronikowski and Deputy Anthony Warren have been serving in patrol for two years, displaying their unwavering commitment to their roles.