WATCH: Amanda Guasch, Eric Myny and Darius Wilder Sworn in as Newest Cocoa Police Officers

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ABOVE VIDEO: Amanda Guasch, Eric Myny and Darius Wilder were sworn in during a special ceremony Tuesday morning as the Cocoa Police Department’s newest officers. Chief Mike Cantaloupe administered the Police Officers Oath to the officers who were joined by family, friends and members of the police department staff along with city leaders and council members. (CPD video)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Amanda Guasch, Eric Myny and Darius Wilder were sworn in during a special ceremony Tuesday morning as the Cocoa Police Department’s newest officers. 

Chief Mike Cantaloupe administered the Police Officers Oath to the officers who were joined by family, friends and members of the police department staff along with city leaders and council members.

The officers come from all across Florida and two of the three are just beginning their law enforcement careers.

Guasch was born and raised in Miami and graduated from the police academy at Santa Fe College in Gainesville in May 2018.

Myny was born and raised in Apopka and graduated from the police academy at Seminole State College in August 2017. He has prior experience as a military police officer with the U.S. Army from 2000-2018 and served in Afghanistan.

Eric Myny was born and raised in Apopka. He graduated from the police academy at Seminole State College in August 2017. He has prior experience as a military police officer with the U.S. Army from 2000-2018 and served in Afghanistan. (Cocoa Police Department image).

Wilder was born and raised in Jacksonville. He graduated from the police academy at Florida State College in Jacksonville in December 2018.

The three officers will spend the next several months training and learning the department’s policies and procedures.

Once they successfully complete the field training program they will be assigned to a squad and deployed to solo patrol duties.

The three officers will spend the next several months training and learning the department’s policies and procedures. (Cocoa Police Department image)

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