Miguel Pantoja

Summary

Miguel Pantoja earned $138,970 in 2017 as a Police Officer for Elgin Police/Major Investiga/Pu.

Pantoja earned more than 92.98% of employees in Elgin Police/Major Investiga/Pu.

Other Police Officers at Elgin Police/Major Investiga/Pu

Name Position Salary Start Date
Mario Elias Police Officer $147,152 N/A
Christopher Hughes Police Officer $132,383 N/A
Michael Kuta Police Officer $127,624 N/A
Kevin Sosnowski Police Officer $121,718 N/A
Martin Vega Police Officer $119,113 N/A
Thomas Coffield Police Officer $115,090 N/A
Adam Arnold Police Officer $112,841 N/A
Shaun Schroeder Police Officer $112,812 N/A
Joshua Ziegler Police Officer $111,369 N/A
Kevin Kamenjarin Police Officer $110,711 N/A
Charles Thompson Police Officer $110,646 N/A
Marcy Wolf Police Officer $110,449 N/A
Andrew Houghton Police Officer $110,439 N/A
Michael Martino Police Officer $108,765 N/A
John Fennell Police Officer $108,303 N/A
William Yucaitis Police Officer $108,069 N/A
Brian Lawrence Police Officer $107,750 N/A
Beth Sterricker Police Officer $107,697 N/A
Miriam Duffy Police Officer $107,627 N/A
Timothy Marabillas Police Officer $107,385 N/A
Thomas Clancy Police Officer $106,204 N/A
Raymond Oloris Police Officer $105,910 N/A
Anthony Rigano Police Officer $105,746 N/A
Kathryn Phillips Police Officer $105,252 N/A
Geoffrey Gomoll Police Officer $104,630 N/A
Matthew Vartanian Police Officer $104,574 N/A
Carla Carter Police Officer $103,745 N/A
Phillipp Brown Police Officer $103,056 N/A
Marc Hornsby Police Officer $101,693 N/A
Michael Fuller Police Officer $94,545 N/A
Jessica Duehning Police Officer $92,407 N/A
Michael Mc Carthy Police Officer $91,675 N/A
Justin Gist Police Officer $81,436 N/A
Stevenson Jones Police Officer $46,700 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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