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Lodi Lt. Bryan Noblett takes captain position for Elk Grove police

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Posted: Thursday, July 16, 2009 10:00 pm

After spending his 24-year career as a Lodi police officer, Lt. Bryan Noblett left Thursday to take a job as captain of the Elk Grove Police Department.

The move is a promotion for Noblett, who will now hold a higher rank in a city twice the size of Lodi.

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  • posted at 2:09 pm on Fri, Jul 17, 2009.


    Facts, if leaving the Lodi PD isn`t retiring, what would you call it. Going to Elk Grove is like starting over, with the exception of the rank of Captain. Not bad when you stop to think of the raise in pay.Truth, get someone with some common sence to read my post to you, I have nothing again the Lt. to start with. We all go where the pay will be greater. I am not bashing public service, you have no idea how much the city of Lodi pays out in retirement. Check first before you put your foot in your mouth, like you have for your comments about me.

  • posted at 10:57 am on Fri, Jul 17, 2009.


    dogs4you - Read before you speak! You are the type of person that makes blogging so annoying. Your negative point of view and agenda of bashing public service makes you unable to be a critical thinker.

  • posted at 10:03 am on Fri, Jul 17, 2009.


    Dogs... Read a little closer, or maybe slower. Lt. Noblett is not retiring. He's leaving Lodi PD and going to Elk Grove PD. Lodi's loss will be Elk Grove's gain for sure.Good luck Captain Noblett.

  • posted at 7:58 am on Fri, Jul 17, 2009.


    While I have no doubt that Lt. Noblett did an outstanding job for the Lodi PD., and after serving the city for 24 years and retiring, his retirement check will be something that anyone could live on. Now to take on the job as Capt. in the Elk Grove PD and another pay check, no need to say he will live well. He put in his time, but one thing that is hurting Lodi is the outlay of money that goes out every month to the higher end of PD and Lodi FD that retired. Enjoy your retirement LT. and also your new job.

  • posted at 4:49 am on Fri, Jul 17, 2009.


    Congratulations Bryan, Lodi lost it's best leader in this deal. I hope Elk Grove appreciates your talents more than Lodi did.

  • posted at 3:59 am on Fri, Jul 17, 2009.


    Congratulations for a job well done. Elk Grove will be fortunate to have you. Thank you for all your years of service here in Lodi.



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