Rossford Police Department

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Tuesday September 19th

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Friday September 15th

Officer Brandon Lewis, 24, of New York, was sworn in as Rossford's newest full-time police officer at Monday night's council meeting. Lewis is a U.S. Army veteran who served in the MP Corps. At the end of his enlistment, he reolcated to Ohio and attended the Ohio Peace Officer's Training Academy at Owens Community College. Officer Lewis will replace Officer Randy Baker who retired this month. Welcome Officer Brandon Lewis! ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday September 15th

Officer Randy Baker, a 32 year law enforcement veteran, is honored at the September 11th City Council meeting for his dedicated service to the community. Mayor MacKinnon said Baker was the epitome of 'community policing.' Fellow officers were on hand to congratulate Officer Baker. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday September 15th

Just now: 56 year old Toledo man hits light pole at Dixie & Osborn St. continues to Rossford Marina, where police catch up to him. Street lights in the area could be out of service for some time until repairs are made. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday September 14th

PENTA Patiot Day ceremony marks the 16th anniversary of September 11th. See more at www.rossford.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday September 10th

Injury accident at US 20 & Crossroads Parkway. Use alternate route. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday September 8th

PENTA CAREER CENTER PATRIIOT DAY COMMEMORATION:

The Patriot Day ceremony will be held on Monday, Sept 11, starting at 0840 at the PENTA Career Center on Buck Road. The ceremony consists of the students marching out, singing of the national anthem, a speech by one of the students, a couple of poems being read, presentation of the flag with a fly-over by Life Flight, and a speech by Chief Glenn Goss.

Patriot Day marks the anniversary of "9/11" terrorist attacks on the United States. 8:40 AM is the time the first airplane struck the World Trade Center in 2001.

This event is hosted by the PENTA Criminal Justice and Fire Science students.
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Friday September 8th

Rossford Police Officer Wesley Socie is headed to Florida in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The monstrous 150 mph winds that have pummeled islands in it's path is expected to strike the coast of Florida as early as Saturday morning.
Officer Socie, who became a police officer last year, is a member of the Ohio National Guard's Transportation Unit. His Toledo area unit will team up with a North Canton Guard Unit and head toward the Sunshine State tomorrow with equipment, vehicles and supplies.
We wish Officer Socie and his fellow guardsmen a safe tour, which is expected to be at least two to four weeks in duration.
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