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Pictured are, left to right, Nandy Chandler, Administrative Assistant; Hattie Sanderson, Crime Victim Coordinator; Danny Dawson, K9 Officer; Luke Inman, 100th District DA; Richard Gribble, Chief Investigator; Natasha Mixon, Office Administrator; and Mike Chapman, Criminal Investigator.

Pictured are, left to right, Nandy Chandler, Administrative Assistant; Hattie Sanderson, Crime Victim Coordinator; Danny Dawson, K9 Officer; Luke Inman, 100th District DA; Richard Gribble, Chief Investigator; Natasha Mixon, Office Administrator; and Mike Chapman, Criminal Investigator.

On Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, 100th Judicial District Attorney Luke Inman was honored by the West Texas Region of the Texan Narcotics Officers Association (TNOA) for his work with major narcotics investigations. Mr. Inman was presented a plaque for Prosecutor of the Year, West Region, Honorable Mention.

“This award was given to recognize Mr. Inman’s commitment, dedication and hard work prosecuting narcotic cases in the Northern Panhandle of Texas along IH40,” stated TNOA Vice President David Ponce.

Among those attending were Texas Narcotic Officers Association West Region Vice President David Ponce, Sgt. At Arms Vern Wilson along with other members of the Texas Narcotic Officers Association, Drug Enforcement Agency, Texas Highway Patrol, District Attorney Randall Sims, Investigators with the 100th Judicial District, and members of the 100th Judicial District staff.

“I thank God that I am able to work with such great law enforcement officers in the 100th District,” said Inman. TNOA was created by state charter in 1970 for the purpose of city, county, state and federal law enforcement officers, whose primary duty was the enforcement of drug-related laws in the State of Texas, to exchange information and share new techniques pertaining to narcotic enforcement. TNOA members include members of sheriff’s departments, constables, district attorney officers, state officers, federal officers, reserve officers and other areas of law enforcement.

Mr. Inman resides in Wellington with his wife Amy and three children, Lawson, Ava Kate and Jack.