April 13, 2013
Commonwealth's Attorney S. Randolph Sengel, second from right, receives the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal April 27 from the George Washington Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Pictured from left: Scott B. Stephens, co-chair, Public Service and Heroism Awards; Col. Jack T. Pitzer, Ph.D., CPPO, co-chair; S. Randolph Sengel, Commonwealth's Attorney; and Michael Elston, Esq., chapter president.
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SAR presents Law Enforcement award.
The George Washington Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution awarded the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal to Commonwealth's Attorney S. Randolph Sengel for his distinguished career enforcing the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Sengel was presented the award April 27 in a ceremony at Belle Haven Country Club. He has served as a prosecutor in Alexandria since 1979 and was first elected Commonwealth's Attorney in 1997.