Sergeant David Boruchowitz of the Nye County Sheriff’s Office conducts a traffic stop on a quad runner driving on a public roadway. The woman who is holding a chihuahua that has its nails painted pink admits that she doesn’t have a license.Through the course of his investigation Sgt. Boruchowitz also discovers the woman has warrants out of another county.  When Sgt. Boruchowitz informs her that she is going to have to go to jail, she becomes adamant that she does not want him to search her purse. After a bit of back and forth about if she has drugs in the purse, the woman finally admits she has meth in her purse and a meth pipe in her bra. She is transported to the Nye County jail where she is booked in for the possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia and her warrants.

NameDavid Boruchowitz
RankOperations Sergeant
AgencyNye County Sheriff’s Office
Hire Date02/14/2006
FromUpstate New York
Why Law Enforcement?Growing up I saw local cops and how great they were and desired to follow in their footsteps.
What was your first arrest?My first arrest was a DUI.  The driver parked his car on the middle of the street and got out and was washing the car with a towel.  The arrest was as equally entertaining.  
What is the best part about your job?The best part of my job is helping people in their time of need.  We see people when things are the absolute worst in their lives and try to provide a solution for them.  
HobbiesWeb design
Volunteer with non profit groups
Spend time with my family
Favorite QuoteGod has not given us the spirit of fear but of power, and love and of a sound mind.

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