2012-12-15 / News

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Two new Hebron Police officers took their oath of office last month. Adam Dilly, left, was a reserve officer with the Village of Crooksville in Perry County before being appointed a part-time officer with Hebron. Jacob Habrat, right, was a part-time officer with the City of Medina before relocating to central Ohio so his wife can do graduate work at OSU. He will be a reserve officer for Hebron. Both officers must complete at least 160 hours with a field training officer and complete all written and practical testing before being released to solo patrol. Courtesy photo. Two new Hebron Police officers took their oath of office last month. Adam Dilly, left, was a reserve officer with the Village of Crooksville in Perry County before being appointed a part-time officer with Hebron. Jacob Habrat, right, was a part-time officer with the City of Medina before relocating to central Ohio so his wife can do graduate work at OSU. He will be a reserve officer for Hebron. Both officers must complete at least 160 hours with a field training officer and complete all written and practical testing before being released to solo patrol. Courtesy photo.

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