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Constable Precinct 1
Vinne Cherrone

1801 East Old Settler Blvd. #105
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Phone (512) 244-8650
Fax  (512) 244-8662

Hours of operation 8am-5pm opened through lunch

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Chief Deputy Mike Pendley

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Coming from a rich history of family law enforcement, Mike Pendley was born with public service in his blood, and raised in a family whose roots in the Williamson County area go back to the early-1800’s

Mike began his law enforcement career in Travis County, where he became adept in all the aspects of the Constable’s role. Mainly, he worked with the Warrant division, but was also tasked with several leadership roles within the department, including Grant Supervisor, Training Coordinator, Field Training Officer, Range Master, and Background Investigator. Mike was promoted several times, and he actively sought out and earned professional certifications and qualifications that helped him to improve upon the work he was doing for the county.

Mike was also frequently involved in Warrant Roundups and aided in the capture of several high-profile offenders for Travis County. Not surprisingly, he is a highly decorated officer, even earning the coveted Deputy of the Year Award for his service. At the time, he was the youngest officer to have ever received the award in the department’s history.

In 2009, Mike made the choice to continue his law enforcement service in Williamson County. The change in location did not mean a change in work ethic for Mike. He has long since made a habit out of pushing his duties beyond what was expected or required of his office. For Mike, this is just a way of giving back to the community he owes his livelihood to.

Beyond protecting the general public, Mike enjoys engaging in community outreach programs, such as National Night Out, and believes that they are vital to reinforcing positive public relations for law enforcement officers. This is why, for the past 5 years, Mike has been involved as both a speaker and a coordinator with Shattered Dreams, an awareness program that educates high school students on the dangers of driving while intoxicated.

Since being with Precinct 1, Mike has been handed the responsibility of several leadership roles within the department. He has worked his way up through Sergeant Investigator, Lieutenant, and currently to the position of Chief Deputy. The Chief Deputy is responsible to the Constable to plan, organize, implement, administer and evaluate all Constable Office operations and programs. Some of these operations include putting together and managing the over $1 million budget of the Constable’s office, and maintaining the Precinct One Texas Police Chief’s Best Practices Accreditation. The Chief Deputy is further more tasked with assuming the duties, responsibilities and authority of the Constable in his absence. Mike manages Law Enforcement and Civilian personnel in accordance with our mission statement of “Compassion, integrity and pride.”

Lieutenant Mike Carlson

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Mike began his law enforcement career in the summer of 1977 as a patrol officer with the Cedar Park Police Department. He attended the CAPCO regional academy while actually working the street in Cedar Park. He moved over to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in the spring of 1979 under the new sheriff, Jim Boutwell. In the spring of 1981 Mike accepted a position with the Austin Airport Police Department. Five months later he was accepted into the Austin police academy. Over the next 27 years Mike worked in several different aspects of patrol including mounted, bicycle and motorcycles. He retired from the Austin Police Department in October of 2008. In June of 2010 Mike returned to law enforcement accepting a position with the Williamson County Precinct One Constable’s office under then Constable, Robert Chody. In his 6 ½ years with the constable’s office, he has served as deputy, sergeant and currently, under Constable Vinnie Cherrone, as lieutenant. 
Sergeant Ryan Lloyd

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Ryan Lloyd is a Sergeant with Pct. 1 and a 17 year veteran in law enforcement.  Ryan has been with Pct. 1 since 2016 and is responsible for the execution of Writs and investigating environmental complaints. Sgt. Lloyd is entrusted with collecting monetary judgments and conducting sales of seized property along with executing Tax Warrants and Evictions across the precinct. Sgt. Lloyd is also tasked with the difficult job of removing children from abusive parents under Writs of Attachment.  Ryan began his career as a Reserve Deputy with the Williamson County Sheriff’s office in 1999, spending a lot of time on Interstate 35 working drug interdiction. In addition to being a committed law enforcement officer, Sgt. Lloyd also dedicated 21 years to the fire service and recently retired from Westlake Fire Department. 
Sergeant Joel Fischetti

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Sergeant Fischetti was born and raised in Waco, TX, and he is the third generation of his family to work in law enforcement. After graduating from Midway High School, Sergeant Fischetti enlisted in the United States Navy as a Mineman and a Master at Arms. During his enlistment, Sergeant Fischetti was deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom while onboard the USS Ardent (MCM-12), and he served in the Republic of Korea stationed in Chinhea.

Sergeant Fischetti began his law enforcement career in 2008, and he has gained experience in several different areas. Sergeant Fischetti has been a Patrol Officer, School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer, Mental Health Officer, Criminal Investigator, Internal Affairs Investigator, Instructor, Patrol Supervisor and Honor Guard Sergeant. Sergeant Fischetti started working the Williamson County Precinct One Constable’s Office in January 2017.

Sergeant Fischetti holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Business Management from Liberty University, and he is currently certified from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement as an Advanced Peace Officer. Sergeant Fischetti has several commendations to include the Life Saving Award, Officer of the Year and Commitment Hero Award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
Deputy Gary Wise

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Deputy Gary Wise started with the Williamson County Precinct One Constable’s Office in January 2017. Deputy Wise has been in Law Enforcement for the past 32 years, just recently retiring from Round Rock Police Department after 21 years.

Deputy Wise has been in several different capacities during his law enforcement career to include Patrol, Criminal Investigations, School Resource Officer and Logistics. During his career, Deputy Wise has acquired numerous commendations during his career to include Meritorious Unit Citation for solving a homicide with the Round Rock Police Department. 

Deputy Kendrick Bankston

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Deputy Kendrick Bankston US Navy Veteran with 8 years active duty service. Deputy Bankston started with the Williamson County Precinct One Constable’s Office in October of 2016 as a Reserve Deputy. In January 2017, Deputy Bankston started full time as a Deputy. Deputy Bankston has 7 years of Law enforcement experience with his first department being in the City of New Orleans. He also has an Associate’s Degree from Austin Community College in Criminal Justice. In his spare time, Deputy Bankston enjoys cooking, watching Animal Planet and just hanging out with family and friends.

Deputy Scott Totty

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Deputy Constable Byron “Scott” Totty is a husband and father who has been serving as a certified Texas Peace Officer since 2008. After graduating High School in Neches, Texas he joined the United States Marine Corps where he served as an Aviation Ordnance Technician for 5 years working on the CH-53D “Sea Stallion” platform.

Deputy Totty started as a Jailer with Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in 2007. In 2008 he began his law enforcement career with the City of Taylor where he was assigned to Patrol and later the Criminal Investigation Division. Deputy Totty went to work for the Williamson County Constable’s Office Precinct 3 in 2011 and stayed there until March of 2017 when he joined the Williamson County Constable’s Office Precinct 1, “The One,” where he is continuing to serve the citizens of Williamson County.

Some of Deputy Totty’s awards and certifications include Intermediate Peace Officer, Field Training Officer, AR15/ M16/ M4 armorer, Basic Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), Civil Proficiency, Safe Driving award, and a Life Saving award.

Deputy Deke Pierce

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My name is Deke Pierce. I was honorably discharge from the United States Air Force in 1990 and have been an employee with the Travis County Sheriff’s Office since 1995. With over 25 years of solid military, correctional and law enforcement experience; of which 17 years has been dedicated to a proactive law enforcement professional career. I have gained a strong reputation with diverse contacts in the law enforcement field and community. My intentions are to use these skills and abilities to enhance the quality of living for all.

I have a good working knowledge of policing procedures including, but not limited to: Crime and Intelligence, Resource Management, Crisis Management, Evidence Collection, Protection Security, Emergency Response, Budgeting, Administration, Personnel Management, Investigation, Search Procedures, Traffic Control Operations, Testifying and Defense Representation.

Graduated with Honors: with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration at AIU University. I have volunteered at Rodeo Austin since 2009, been a director with Travis County Memorial Benevolent Society since 2008 and currently the Vice-President. Also currently, I am a member of the American Legion Post 154 – Kerlin/Lyerly in Pflugerville.

My wife Ann and I have been married for 17 years; we have three grown children and a 7 month old granddaughter. I am a dependable, hard-working, conscientious father of three and a grand-father of two, who enjoys motorcycling, spending time with family and friends. As a law enforcement officer we must treat everyone with respect and I feel that gaining the trust and respect of fellow officers is one of the most important, and challenging, aspects of being in law enforcement. I am very proud to be a member of the great team at Williamson County Precinct One Constables Office.

Deputy Gutierrez


Deputy Gutierrez was born and raised in Los Angeles, Ca. and is an avid Dodgers and L.A. anything fan.

Deputy Gutierrez started with the Constable’s Office in October 2017 as a Warrant Deputy. He has nine years of Law Enforcement experience in Texas. Prior to relocating to Texas, Deputy Gutierrez worked for the Santa Ana Police Department (Ca.) and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (Ca.) for five years respectively at each department. At the Santa Ana Police Department, Deputy Gutierrez was a Police Services Officer and at the Orange County Sheriff’s Department he was a Community Services Officer investigating traffic collisions.

Currently Deputy Gutierrez holds an Advanced Peace Officer’s license, he is a Certified Field Training Officer, holds a Basic Instructor Certificate and reads, writes and speaks fluently in Spanish (Arriba Los Doyers).

Research Analyst Jennifer Soto

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Sr. Office Specialist Cathy Davis

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