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Arrests made in assault on Frankfort taxi driver

Frankfort, Ind. – Following several leads in an intense investigation, Frankfort Police detectives arrested two Frankfort residents, Brenda M. Garcia (22) and Nellie M. King (19) for the November 23 assault on Franklin D. Hornsby. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, Garcia was arrested for Attempted Robbery (Level 2 Felony), Aggravated Battery (Level 3 Felony), […]

Police investigating assault on taxi driver

Many of you are extremely concerned about an assault that took place in our community recently. For the safety of all those involved and the ongoing investigation, it was important to confer with our public safety officials before releasing information about the case on social media.  Please see the news release below for updated information. […]

Police to host Coffee With a Cop December 6

Relationship building between officers and community members one cup of coffee at a time Frankfort, Ind. – Community members are invited to join Frankfort police officers at Flavors Coffeehouse & Deli at 8:00 a.m. Saturday, December 6 for informal conversations to build relationships, discuss public safety and enjoy a hot cup of coffee together. According […]

Police offer holiday safety tips

Frankfort, Ind. — In the season of giving, Frankfort Police are offering holiday safety tips to help residents protect themselves and their property during the holidays and beyond. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, police often see a small spike in thefts and scams during the holiday season. “Sharing basic safety precautions everyone can follow […]

Police launch Drug Awareness Campaign

Residents encouraged to report suspected drug activity Frankfort, Ind. – Launching its Drug Awareness Campaign, Frankfort Police are urging residents to partner with them by taking an active role in reporting suspected drug activity in their neighborhoods. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, educating residents on what to look for and feeling comfortable reporting suspected […]

Residential trick-or-treat hours extended to Saturday night

Frankfort, Ind. – With cold temperatures and rain in the forecast for tonight, Frankfort’s official trick-or-treat hours are being extended to 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Saturday night, in addition to 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. tonight. City officials have extended the hours since parents may believe it’s too cold and rainy for their little ghosts and […]

Babysitting safety course offered by Frankfort police

Frankfort, Ind. – In its second year, the Frankfort Police Department’s four-week Babysitting Safety Course will be offered October 22 – November 12 for Frankfort and Clinton County teenagers 12 – 18 years old. According to Police Department Office Manager and coordinator of the babysitting course Charity Keller, the program will begin Wednesday, October 22 […]

Trick-or-treating and Fire Department open house highlight Halloween

In conjunction with official trick-or-treating hours from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. on Halloween, Friday, October 31, Frankfort Fire Department officials will host an open house at Fire headquarters at 257 South Clay Street, featuring the Department’s new rescue pumper and battalion vehicle. The new rescue pumper which combines two trucks into one with the new […]

Building Services, Street Department, Police partnering to make fall clean up successful

Frankfort, Ind. – Working in tandem to help Frankfort residents make the most of the City’s first free community wide fall clean up initiative September 29 – October 4, three City departments will implement a three-week series of activities, starting with Building Services staff leaving informational flyers this week at properties in dire need of […]

Theft Prevention Campaign focused on curbing vehicle theft

Frankfort residents encouraged to adopt crime prevention behavior Frankfort, Ind. – With theft from vehicles common during the warmer months, the Frankfort Police Department is launching a Theft Prevention Campaign, filled with crime prevention tips residents can follow to deter criminals, keeping vehicles free from property loss. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, police officers […]