K-9 Fury Officially Sworn In

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Photos and story info contributed Tim Humphries

Franklin, OH --The Franklin Police Department had its newest member officially sworn in during Monday evening’s first council meeting for the year 2022.

Judge Ron Ruppert had the honor of swearing in K-9 Fury, along with returning council members Michael Aldridge, Denny Centers, and Matthew Wilcher into office.

Aldrige, who is employed with Medtronic, Inc, is starting his fifth 4-year term.

Centers, who is retired from Mitco, Inc., began his political career with Franklin Council being appointed in April of 2001. He is starting his sixth 4-year term in office.

Wilcher, who is employed by Restaurant Parts and More, will be starting his second 4-year term.

After the re-elected members were sworn in, council members, according to the city’s charter, voted to elect the chair and vice chair, who are then designated as the Mayor and Vice-Mayor of Franklin.



For a third year in a row both Brent Centers and Todd Hall were elected by council to serve in these positions.

Mayor Brent Centers, who is Hamilton Township’s Administrator, is in his second-half of his second 4-year term. Vice-Mayor Hall, who is employed by Middletown City Schools, is in the second-half of his sixth 4-year term.

Also during the meeting, two Franklin Police officers, Ptl. Holland and Ptl. Lacon, were presented with ACE Awards for recovering at least 5 stolen vehicles with an arrest within a 12 month period.

Ptl. Holland was honored for recovering 8 stolen vehicles with 5 arrest, and Ptl. Lacon recovered 8 stolen vehicles and a stolen trailer with 5 of the stolen vehicles resulting in an arrest.

To see pictures and read more about what’s happening with Franklin PD visit its Facebook Page at ... https://www.facebook.com/Franklinohiopolicedepartment

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