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House fire identified as arson; two suspects arrested

Public safety teamwork leads to arrests in less than a week Frankfort, IN – Through the investigative teamwork of Frankfort’s Fire and Police Departments, two suspects were arrested yesterday for burglary and arson of an abandoned house at 514 Ohio Street, with the case solved less than a week from the July 14 fire. Frankfort […]

Attempted routine traffic stop leads to recovery of stolen car

Police remind residents to lock car doors Frankfort, IN – The driver of a maroon Buick refused to pull over as a Frankfort police officer attempted to conduct a routine traffic stop for a headlight violation during Operation Pullover near Main and Morrison Streets last night. Speeding eastbound on Morrison Street, the driver stopped abruptly […]

Frankfort Police release year-to-date statistics

Frankfort, IN – In its ongoing communication efforts with the community, the Frankfort Police Department is sharing statistics of its departmental activities and the City’s crime levels from January 1 – June 30, 2012. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, the Department received 6,562 calls for service in the first six months of this year, […]

Frankfort Police bust meth lab

Frankfort, IN – Thanks to the keen observations of a Frankfort police officer on routine patrol early this morning, a methamphetamine lab was discovered, dismantled and two arrests were made in the 800 block of South Fifth Street. Twenty-four-year-old Juanita M. Cotton and 29-year-old Joshua S. Cotton were charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamines and Maintaining a […]

Frankfort Police launch tip line

Frankfort, IN – As another vehicle for residents to communicate with Frankfort police, the Department has launched a new tip line for community members to share non-emergency crime and traffic violation information. By calling 654-6480, residents can provide information 24/7 on speeding vehicles, drug usage and sales, suspicious activity or specific tips related to crimes […]

Fourth police/community meeting July 12

Frankfort, IN – The fourth in a series of community meetings hosted by the Frankfort Police Department is set for Thursday, July 12 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Hope United Methodist Church, 300 East Clinton Street, for residents living in the northeast section of the City (north of Clinton Street and east of […]

Frankfort Police awarded drug detection and dangerous driving grants

As a result of receiving two grants recently – one local and one federal – Frankfort police have monetary resources to focus on drug detection and reducing dangerous driving. With a $3,430 grant from the Clinton County Drug and Alcohol Coalition, three Frankfort patrol officers participated in a highly specialized and dynamic Criminal Interdiction training […]

Frankfort residents encouraged to sign up for Property Watch Program

Extra police patrols offered while homeowners are away FRANKFORT, IN – Residents inside the City of Frankfort’s corporate limits are encouraged to take advantage of the Police Department’s free Property Watch Program to benefit from extra police patrols of their properties while homeowners are away. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, residents simply need to […]

Danner awarded Indiana DAV Officer of the Year

Danner awarded Indiana Disabled American Veterans Association Officer of the Year

Officer Josh Danner displays his Indiana Disabled American Veterans Association Officer of the Year award plaque next to his father, retired Frankfort Police Officer Jeff Danner and his mother, Tammy Danner. Frankfort, IN – In recognition of an Indiana law enforcement officer who goes above and beyond the normal call of duty, Frankfort Police Officer […]

Police to host Hispanic community meeting

Similar to their recent neighborhood community meetings, Police Chief Troy Bacon and his leadership team will host a get acquainted meeting for the City’s Hispanic community on Saturday, June 16 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Hope United Methodist Church, 300 East Clinton Street. Saturday’s meeting is designed as a two-way forum for […]