This picture from 2012 shows Sheriff's deputy Dana Vicory talking with Moreen Tate, 13, (back row from left) Megan Seger, 12, Maricella Lemert, 13, and Elaura Reyes, 14, in a "Girls' Circle" mentoring program for students at Albert Einstein Middle School. Vicory was assigned to the Youth Services Unit - the youth outreach and gang prevention arm of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department’s anti-gang division.
This picture from 2012 shows Sheriff's deputy Dana Vicory talking with Moreen Tate, 13, (back row from left) Megan Seger, 12, Maricella Lemert, 13, and Elaura Reyes, 14, in a "Girls' Circle" mentoring program for students at Albert Einstein Middle School. Vicory was assigned to the Youth Services Unit - the youth outreach and gang prevention arm of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department’s anti-gang division. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
This picture from 2012 shows Sheriff's deputy Dana Vicory talking with Moreen Tate, 13, (back row from left) Megan Seger, 12, Maricella Lemert, 13, and Elaura Reyes, 14, in a "Girls' Circle" mentoring program for students at Albert Einstein Middle School. Vicory was assigned to the Youth Services Unit - the youth outreach and gang prevention arm of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department’s anti-gang division. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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