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Special Events Permit Required for City Events

Frankfort, IN  In response to the growing number of community events, outreach projects and group activities, city of Frankfort officials remind the community to apply for a special event permit when planning events. Permits are required for any public event that involves street closure(s), serves food or hosts a large number of people. The purpose of […]

Investigation Leads to Drug Arrest

Frankfort, Ind. – August 12, 2019 – After a lengthy investigation, Frankfort Narcotics Detectives arrested Randy L. Hall (52) of Frankfort for the preliminary charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Synthetic Marijuana, and Possession of Paraphernalia on Friday in the 1000 block W McClurg Street. According to Chief Troy Bacon, “The arrest was a […]

TWO MONTH-LONG INVESTIGATION CONCLUDES WITH ARREST

Frankfort, Ind. – Following an intense, two-month drug investigation, Frankfort Police Narcotics Detectives served a search warrant at 258 N Van Buren Street resulting in an arrest on Friday. During search, police arrested Albert T. Thorne III (31) of Frankfort for the preliminary charges of dealing methamphetamine and battery on law enforcement by bodily waste. […]

Frankfort Police Department Schedules Community Meeting for August 10

Frankfort, Ind. – Frankfort residents are invited to the Frankfort Police Department’s next community meeting on Saturday, August 10 from 2 – 3:30 p.m. at the Grace Baptist Church located at 900 S Maish Rd. According to Chief Troy Bacon, “Community meetings have been the backbone of our community policing and outreach efforts. I encourage […]

Police Announce Road Closures for Frankfort Hot Dog Festival

The annual Frankfort Hot Dog Festival starts tomorrow, July 26, and concludes on Sunday, July 28 with a Community Worship Service on E Washington Street at the Prairie Creek Park stage. Several downtown streets will be closed due to the festivities and the Bun Run on Saturday morning. Several road closures have already begun today […]

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National Night Out Scheduled for August 6

Frankfort, Ind. – In their continuing work building a strong police-community partnership, increased crime prevention awareness and enhanced neighborhood spirit and unity, Frankfort Police will host their annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 6 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in TPA Park (near the bird aviary). According to Frankfort National Night Out Program Coordinator […]

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Captain Jacob Myers Appointed to National Citizen’s Police Academy Association Board of Directors

Frankfort, Ind. – Captain Jacob Myers has been appointed to the National Citizen’s Police Academy Association Board of Directors. This appointment was granted last week while Myers attended the National Citizen’s Police Academy Association annual conference in Memphis, Tennessee. According to Chief Troy Bacon, “Jake has done a tremendous job establishing and coordinating the Frankfort […]

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Road Closures for Harvard Terrace Bicycle Parade

Frankfort, Ind. – The annual July 4 Harvard Terrace bicycle parade will be held this Thursday. Frankfort Police Department announced street closures and delays planned in association with this event beginning at 9:30 a.m. on July 4. Motorists are advised the following intersections will be impacted that day: • Clay Street and Harvard Terrace • East Street […]

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Street Closures and Traffic Patterns on July 4

Frankfort, IN –Frankfort Police Department will be working diligently on July 4 to ensure the safety of all pedestrians and drivers attending the TPA Park July 4 Festival. The Police Department will have a command post at the Rock House just east of the concession stands. Officers will be posted at various intersections near the […]

Noxious Weed Ordinance Amended by City Council

Frankfort, IN – May 14, 2019 – Last evening, the Frankfort City Common Council approved amending the noxious weed ordinance to allow for more expeditious enforcement and removal of excessively overgrown weeds and grass. According to Chief Troy Bacon, “In January the City Code Enforcement division was transitioned to the police department. As a result, […]

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