Our Mission Statement

We are in service with the purpose to protect, taking the utmost pride in our performance and with the passion to continue our legacy of excellence. United in the spirit of teamwork and respect, the Moraine Police Department will be a trustworthy community-minded organization devoted to providing excellent public service.

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OUR TEAM

Craig Richardson

Craig Richardson

CHIEF OF POLICE
Jason Neubauer

Jason Neubauer

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE
Liz Adams

Liz Adams

SERGEANT
Ken Lloyd

Ken Lloyd

SERGEANT
Andy Parish

Andy Parish

SERGEANT
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We would like to introduce Cadet La'Shay Strickland. Cadet Strickland comes to us from the Warren County Career Technology Center where she studied criminal justice. Cadet Strickland will assist in the day-to-day operations of the police department, dispatching, and community service. She has future aspirations of becoming a police officer and serving the community. Welcome to the team Cadet Strickland. ... See MoreSee Less

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We would like to introduce Cadet LaShay Strickland.  Cadet Strickland comes to us from the Warren County Career Technology Center where she studied criminal justice.  Cadet Strickland will assist in the day-to-day operations of the police department, dispatching, and community service.  She has future aspirations of becoming a police officer and serving the community.  Welcome to the team Cadet Strickland.

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Welcome to are beautiful city

Congratulations!

Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity. I am so thankful to be apart of this team and community!๐Ÿ’™ Can’t wait to become a police officer ๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿฝ . This is an amazing department to work for and I am thankful to be here. We have amazing people and they work so hard everyday ๐Ÿ–ค. #lawenforcement

Welcome, we are happy you are here. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Welcome

๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ GOD Bless!!

Congratulations

Congratulations!๐Ÿ–ค ๐ŸŽ‰ Don’t stop there, we need you out here ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

Congratulations! Welcome to a great department. You will have a lot of top notch mentors. Learn and enjoy.

Best wishes to you as you begin this new & exciting chapter of your life. Thank you for your willingness to serve.

Best wishes.

Welcome ๐Ÿ˜Š

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congrats and Welcome!

Welcome Lashay Strickland and Congratulations!! I love seeing women succeed!!

Welcome to our our community Cadet Strickland congratulations ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations!!

Congratulations Cadet Strickland! You are a great addition to our Police Department ! Shirley Whitt

Congratulations !!

Welcome and Congrats!

Welcome!!

Congrats and Welcome!๐Ÿš”

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On Saturday, January 14, 2023, Ofc. Denise Smith (Ret.) was presented with the Douglas Knight Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Montgomery County Association of Police Chiefs.

Chief Craig Richardson's remarks;

Denise, until her recent retirement, was a 29-year veteran of the Moraine Police Department. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for individual actions over the years, however, her most significant contributions have been in improving the welfare of her community while not directly representing the police department.

Denise truly cares about the welfare of her community and the residents that live in it. She simply impresses everyone with the community caretaking she has done both on duty and off. The effort and compassion she exhibited, while trying to not be publicly recognized, was remarkable.

Denise has always been involved in the various facets of Community Engagement. She can always be counted on to help children shop at Christmas or during back-to-school events. Denise could be found, almost without exception, cheerfully attending all the City Community Engagement events working hard to make sure the event was successful.

National Night Out is generally a large production for our department and we always are looking for unique ways of celebrating the night with our community. In 2022 Denise came up with the idea to conduct a live butterfly release. Denise donated her time and money, making all the arrangements for hundreds of live butterflies to be given to children during the NNO and released. It was a large success and Denise insisted on paying for this incredible event.

While off-duty, Denise volunteers at a local food pantry that has a direct positive impact on the Moraine community. She not only volunteers directly with the food pantry operations, she started a very successful food drive within the City and has managed to collect thousands of dollars of needed items for the pantry. Her last โ€œBattle of the Badgesโ€ food drive netted almost 3000 donated pantry items and several hundred dollars cash.

Lastly, Denise is well known for the compassion she shows while on calls for service. One particular call for service, Denise assisted in getting reconstructive surgery and medical care donated to a domestic violence victim. She used her contacts to get the surgery and aftercare done at no cost to the victim. She also recently recognized the current system in place to help battered women were not always sufficient. Denise immediately began working to correct the failures and directly assisting these fragile residents.

She expanded that work and started working with two non-profit organizations, raising money and donations to assist Moraine residents in need with housing, groceries, medical care and other necessities. Denise not only donates her time and energy but frequently donates her own money in order to ensure successful outcomes.

Deniseโ€™s high level of dedication to the principles of dignity and her concern for her fellow man are uncommon. Deniseโ€™s acts are selfless and sincere, confirming that she is devoted to the greater welfare of the community and deserving of the 2022 Montgomery County Association of Police Chiefs Douglas Knight Humanitarian of the Year Award.

Congratulations Denise and thank you for all you have done for our city and residents over the years. What an exclamation mark on an illustrious career.
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On Saturday, January 14, 2023, Ofc. Denise Smith (Ret.) was presented with the Douglas Knight Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Montgomery County Association of Police Chiefs. 

Chief Craig Richardsons remarks;

Denise, until her recent retirement, was a 29-year veteran of the Moraine Police Department. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for individual actions over the years, however, her most significant contributions have been in improving the welfare of her community while not directly representing the police department. 

    Denise truly cares about the welfare of her community and the residents that live in it.  She simply impresses everyone with the community caretaking she has done both on duty and off. The effort and compassion she exhibited, while trying to not be publicly recognized, was remarkable. 
 
     Denise has always been involved in the various facets of Community Engagement. She can always be counted on to help children shop at Christmas or during back-to-school events. Denise could be found, almost without exception, cheerfully attending all the City Community Engagement events working hard to make sure the event was successful.

    National Night Out is generally a large production for our department and we always are looking for unique ways of celebrating the night with our community. In 2022 Denise came up with the idea to conduct a live butterfly release. Denise donated her time and money, making all the arrangements for hundreds of live butterflies to be given to children during the NNO and released.  It was a large success and Denise insisted on paying for this incredible event.

     While off-duty, Denise volunteers at a local food pantry that has a direct positive impact on the Moraine community. She not only volunteers directly with the food pantry operations, she started a very successful food drive within the City and has managed to collect thousands of dollars of needed items for the pantry.  Her last โ€œBattle of the Badgesโ€ food drive netted almost 3000 donated pantry items and several hundred dollars cash.

      Lastly, Denise is well known for the compassion she shows while on calls for service. One particular call for service, Denise assisted in getting reconstructive surgery and medical care donated to a domestic violence victim. She used her contacts to get the surgery and aftercare done at no cost to the victim.  She also recently recognized the current system in place to help battered women were not always sufficient. Denise immediately began working to correct the failures and directly assisting these fragile residents. 

     She expanded that work and started working with two non-profit organizations, raising money and donations to assist Moraine residents in need with housing, groceries, medical care and other necessities. Denise not only donates her time and energy but frequently donates her own money in order to ensure successful outcomes.  

     Deniseโ€™s high level of dedication to the principles of dignity and her concern for her fellow man are uncommon. Deniseโ€™s acts are selfless and sincere, confirming that she is devoted to the greater welfare of the community and deserving of the 2022 Montgomery County Association of Police Chiefs  Douglas Knight Humanitarian of the Year Award.     

Congratulations Denise and thank you for all you have done for our city and residents over the years.  What an exclamation mark on an illustrious career.

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Denise is the best!!! Good luck on your retirement.

Well deserved. Moved into Moraine in 1996. We knew we made right decision with fire department and police department being very present and hands on! Enjoy your retirement Denise!!๐Ÿ’

congrats enjoy your retirement

Couldn't be more deserved. Congratulations Denise!

I love her she is a great person ! Ive not been treated very well by many cops here and there no excuse for it i have a very clean record and a good person but she on other hand knew that and was an amazing Person to me she will def be missed !

Well deserved!! Congratulations Denise โค๏ธ

CONGRATULATIONS Denise. Well deserved!

Thank you for your service to your community. I do now and have always respected and support the law enforcement agencies. GOD bless.

Congratulations!!

What an honor! Congratulations to you Denise! The world needs more people like you in it!

Congratulations Denise! Well deserved!

Well deserved indeed, couldn't think of a better person for that most prestigious award to go to, good luck, god bless, and enjoy your retirement

Congratulations, you set a high standard of dedication and achievement to be admired by LEOs everywhere.

Congratulations ๐ŸŽˆ Thank you so much for keeping are little city safe

She truly is amazing and always thinking of others.Helped me so much at a very difficult start to my dispatch career. Thank you Denise

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

That’s my young lady. I’m so proud to have met and worked with her!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‘Œ

How amazing is she!!!!!! Well deserved my friend!

I can’t think of a more deserving person than Denise to be awarded this honor! Never in it for herself, only others. Truly selfless acts of charity and goodwill for others. Congratulations Denise!

I've always liked her...Im 42 now but lived here in moraine since I was 7 and she's always been great even when I was younger doing things I shouldn't have been doing... Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ–ค

Congratulations!!!

Congratulations!

Congrats Denise!!!!

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WE'RE HIRING!!!

APPLICATION IS A THREE-STEP PROCESS;

The applicant must submit online City of Moraine Application. ci.moraine.oh.us

Complete additional application and testing on National Testing Network

The NTN Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) must also be completed by the applicant on the NTN website.

o Bonus test points are given for current OPOTA, college degree, and prior military

ABOUT US;

29 Sworn Officers, including 3 detectives.

Full Independent PSAP 911 Dispatch Center

New Equipment / Fleet

6,300 residents, roughly 10 square miles of urban and suburban.

20,000 calls for service a year.

Special assignments available on SRT team, hostage negotiation team, regional crowd control team, honor guard, bike patrol, task force units, traffic and interdiction units, evidence tech, instructional skills, etcโ€ฆ

WAGES;

Probationary Base Rate of $29.30 ($60,944) increases to $34.49 ($71,739) after probation.

Current CBA non-probation pay range is $34.49($71,739) to $40.35 ($83,928).

Additional pay including shift differential, education incentive, court pay, overtime, and other pay incentives.

BENEFITS;

โ€ข City paid health, dental, eye and life insurance.
o Single or family plan, no out-of-pocket premiums.
o Equivalent to an additional $17.69 per hour value
โ€ข College tuition reimbursement
โ€ข Education incentive pay
โ€ข Paid leave National Guard / Reserve
โ€ข Wellness Incentive; + 40 hours of additional paid leave
โ€ข Wellness Bonus; + 40 hours pay.
โ€ข Uniform Allowance; $920 annually.
โ€ข Paid vacation after first year
โ€ข Trade sick leave for additional vacation days
โ€ข Paid time off Personal Days
โ€ข Comp-time and other paid time off available first year.
โ€ข Tattoo and beard friendly policies
โ€ข Average of 2500 continuing professional training hours a year
โ€ข All uniforms and equipment provided at hire
โ€ข Paid / sponsored police academy training if required
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WERE HIRING!!!

APPLICATION IS A THREE-STEP PROCESS;

The applicant must submit online City of Moraine Application.      ci.moraine.oh.us

Complete additional application and testing on National Testing Network

The NTN Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) must also be completed by the applicant on the NTN website.

o  Bonus test points are given for current OPOTA, college degree, and prior military

ABOUT US; 

29 Sworn Officers, including 3 detectives.

Full Independent PSAP 911 Dispatch Center

New Equipment / Fleet

6,300 residents, roughly 10 square miles of urban and suburban.

20,000 calls for service a year.

Special assignments available on SRT team, hostage negotiation team, regional crowd control team, honor guard, bike patrol, task force units, traffic and interdiction units, evidence tech, instructional skills, etcโ€ฆ

WAGES;

Probationary Base Rate of $29.30 ($60,944) increases to $34.49 ($71,739) after probation. 

Current CBA non-probation pay range is $34.49($71,739) to $40.35 ($83,928). 

Additional pay including shift differential, education incentive, court pay, overtime, and other pay incentives. 

BENEFITS; 

โ€ข City paid health, dental, eye and life insurance. 
o Single or family plan, no out-of-pocket premiums.
o  Equivalent to an additional $17.69 per hour value
โ€ข College tuition reimbursement
โ€ข Education incentive pay
โ€ข Paid leave National Guard / Reserve 
โ€ข Wellness Incentive; + 40 hours of additional paid leave 
โ€ข Wellness Bonus; + 40 hours pay.
โ€ข Uniform Allowance; $920 annually. 
โ€ข Paid vacation after first year  
โ€ข Trade sick leave for additional vacation days
โ€ข Paid time off Personal Days
โ€ข Comp-time and other paid time off available first year.
โ€ข Tattoo and beard friendly policies
โ€ข Average of 2500 continuing professional training hours a year
โ€ข All uniforms and equipment provided at hire
โ€ข Paid / sponsored police academy training if required

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ACAB

Chase Jackson

Does moraine sponsor cadets?

As a citizen of Moraine for over 54 years I would put our Police Department as the best of any! I know there can be circumstances where one may think different but if you are a law abiding citizen you will be treated as such. If you have encounter differently and you have not been at fault then such incidents should be reported! The dedication of our Police Department and our Fire Department goes over and above! I know this first hand! Shirley Whitt

Can 20 year olds apply?

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We would like to congratulate Ofc. Andrew Albrinck for being named the Employee of the Month for December. Ofc. Albrinck was nominated by his supervisors for his performance, proactivity, and work ethic. Great job Ofc. Albrinck and congratulations! ... See MoreSee Less

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We would like to congratulate Ofc. Andrew Albrinck for being named the Employee of the Month for December.  Ofc. Albrinck was nominated by his supervisors for his performance, proactivity, and work ethic.  Great job Ofc. Albrinck and congratulations!

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Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰ and thank you for your service

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations๐Ÿ™‹๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽˆ

Congratulations Officer Albrinck. Thank you for your service.

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations Officer Albrinck!

Staysafe๐Ÿ™‹

Congratulations Officer Albrinck, thank you for your service to our community ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations

Congratulations! And thank you!

Congratulations THANK YOU!!! ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿซถ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’™

Congratulations!!

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Congratulations Officer Albrinck!

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We are excited to have Officer Burgett begin the next chapter of his career as a School Resource Officer for the West Carrollton Intermediate School. Officer Burgett is 15 year veteran of the Moraine Police Department and a Pirate Alumi! What a better way to give back to the community than to return to your alma mater and be role model and mentor for the students and staff there. Good luck Officer Burgett!Maybe it started with being on the 6th grade safety patrol. Whatever it was, Pirate alumni, Chad Burgett, has made a career of keeping people safe. Officer Chad has been with the Moraine Police Department since 2007. He will soon be promoting safety at the Intermediate School as the School Resource Officer. Becoming a School Resource Officer is a new challenge for him, and he is looking forward to building relationships with students, staff and families. Officer Chad will begin in mid-January, and we want to welcome him as well as thank the City of Moraine for working with the school district to make this happen! #wcpiratepride #westcarrolltonintermediate ... See MoreSee Less

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We are excited to have Officer Burgett begin the next chapter of his career as a School Resource Officer for the West Carrollton Intermediate School. Officer Burgett is 15 year veteran of the Moraine Police Department and a Pirate Alumi! What a better way to give back to the community than to return to your alma mater and be role model and mentor for the students and staff there. Good luck Officer Burgett!

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Congrats!

Congrats.

Congratulations, enjoy your new journey.

Congratulations! Perfect officer for that position!

Congratulations! You will be sorely missed.

Congratulations Chad! Shirley Whitt

Congratulations!

Congratulations Chad, I know you will do amazing job taking care of the kids.

He's a great person with a wonderful personality...

Congratulations

Great guy to protect the kids!

congratulations

Congratulations Chad! You’ll do great in that role!

Congratulations Chad! I was sharing with my sister your new job.

Congrats, Chad. I’m sure your Mom appreciates this change. Maybe she won’t worry as much as you being out on patrol. I remember you when you were that kid in WC !

Congratulations! ๐ŸŽ‰ Chad Burgett so proud of you and know that you will make a great impact on those kids..

Congratulations๏ฟผ

Outstanding Officer

Congratulations

Congrats !!!

Congratulations๐Ÿ™‹๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽˆ

Staysafe๐Ÿ™‹

Congratulations

Congratulations on your new chapter! Thanks for your service.

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Merry Christmas, from our family to yours.

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Merry Christmas ๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ hope you all like the cookies thank you for keeping are city safe

Merry Christmas! ๐ŸŽ„โœจโ„๏ธโ˜ƒ๏ธ๐ŸŽ

Merry Christmas we all appreciate your sacrifices and your service for all you do to keep us safe

Merry Christmas ๐Ÿคถ

Same to you!

Merry Christmas ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ„

Be safe

Merry Christmas Everyone

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas!๐ŸŽ„Thank you for all you do!

Merry Christmas to all of our officers and everything be safe for all the holidays, and have a happy and safe New Year's

Merry Christmas

Merry christmas-thanks for keeping us safe-may God watch over you&keep you safe!

Merry Christmas!!

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALLOF YOU! I do appreciate your service to our City and I pray always for each of you for safety, especially in times like this! Shirley Whitt

Merry Christmas to all of you. Thanks for all your hard work .Stay safe and warm. Enjoy the cookies we sent to you!!! GOD Bless all of you.

Love the tree but miss the Christmas lights display.

God bless you everyone

Merry Christmas to all of you.

Merry Christmas . You all are the best. Beautiful picture!

Merry Christmas to all of you. โค๐ŸŒฒ

Merry Christmas My son is a policeman n has to work yesterday today n tomorrow...God bless n protect n keep all warm n safe..๐Ÿ™โœ๏ธ

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***TRASH DELAYED*** Due to the extreme temperatures and safety of the crews trash service will be delayed until Monday, December 26. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for the update. I appreciate the wisdom of delaying pickup. Please stay safe and warm as possible ๐Ÿ™‚. Thank you for all you do and Merry Christmas! ๐ŸŽ„

Thanks for the update, stay safe out there. Merry Christmas!!

Good to hear! Happy you are taking care of workers! Merry Christmas

Thank you!! A Merry and safe Christmas to all!!

Thanks for the update man they are going to hate coming back after the holidays with three times the trash now…. Poor guys

Thanks for the update.

๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’•

Happy holidays๐Ÿ™‹๐ŸŽ…๐Ÿป๐ŸŽ…๐Ÿป๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ

Staysafe๐Ÿ™‹

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****FRAUD ALERT****

The Moraine Police Department is asking anyone in southern Montgomery County who has used Krogerโ€™s online ordering and delivery service or who placed a Kroger delivery through Instacart in the last two weeks to check their bank or credit card statements for fraudulent charges.
On Saturday, December 17th, the Moraine Police Department began receiving complaints from Kroger customers who placed online grocery orders for delivery through the Kroger App or Instacart. Those orders were also subsequently completed at the Moraine Kroger, 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd. The complaints alleged fraudulent charges in the range of hundreds of dollars had been charged to their debit and or credit accounts. Our investigation has since revealed some customers received their original grocery order, but were charged for hundreds of dollars of merchandise they did not order or receive. At least one other customer reported being charged over $600 for merchandise and not a single item was delivered.
Our agency has identified at least two local suspects responsible for this fraud. Unfortunately, we have also discovered thousands of dollars of additional charges involving multiple Kroger stores in southern Montgomery County, including stores in Centerville and Miami Township, which have not been reported to the police.
If you incurred fraudulent charges from the Moraine Kroger, please call us, 937-535-1166.
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****FRAUD ALERT****

        The Moraine Police Department is asking anyone in southern Montgomery County who has used Krogerโ€™s online ordering and delivery service or who placed a Kroger delivery through Instacart in the last two weeks to check their bank or credit card statements for fraudulent charges.
        On Saturday, December 17th, the Moraine Police Department began receiving complaints from Kroger customers who placed online grocery orders for delivery through the Kroger App or Instacart. Those orders were also subsequently completed at the Moraine Kroger, 2921 W. Alex Bell Rd. The complaints alleged fraudulent charges in the range of hundreds of dollars had been charged to their debit and or credit accounts. Our investigation has since revealed some customers received their original grocery order, but were charged for hundreds of dollars of merchandise they did not order or receive. At least one other customer reported being charged over $600 for merchandise and not a single item was delivered. 
 Our agency has identified at least two local suspects responsible for this fraud. Unfortunately, we have also discovered thousands of dollars of additional charges involving multiple Kroger stores in southern Montgomery County, including stores in Centerville and Miami Township, which have not been reported to the police. 
        If you incurred fraudulent charges from the Moraine Kroger, please call us, 937-535-1166.

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Lora Perry Ron Perry

Lizeth Aboyte

Jeff Cason

Timothy Scott Coder

Samantha Volosky ๐Ÿ˜ณ

Ben Gentry

Joseph Taulbee

Nicole Klein Una Gilbert Just fyi

Jessica Saban please be careful

Jnet Bray Smith people are wiiiiild.

Courtney Ducceschi

Alicia Hazel this what I was telling you about last night.

Samantha Barton

David Ruth

Justina Hess

Happened to us once. Won’t use Instacart again.

Roy ๐Ÿ˜ฌ.

This is one reason I will never use this service at any store...it happens at Walmart and Meijers as well...Can't trust anyone with your money...Just go bk to shopping yourself...

Jaimee Willhoite ๐Ÿง

GiGi Yak

Tammy Marie Hamilton

Did they charge hundreds extra on the order at Kroger (I would think payment would be declined with that big of discrepancy) or did they make charges elsewhere? I'm a little confused exactly what happened

Spencer Alan Brown

Toby Raslich

Kelsey Crawford

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We want to congratulate Ofc. Alex Gambill for being named the Employee of the Month for November. Ofc. Gambill is currently assigned to the patrol division and works dayshift. He was recognized for his high level of proactive activity, investigative ability, and enforcement. Great job Ofc. Gambill! ... See MoreSee Less

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We want to congratulate Ofc. Alex Gambill for being named the Employee of the Month for November.  Ofc. Gambill is currently assigned to the patrol division and works dayshift.  He was recognized for his high level of proactive activity, investigative ability, and enforcement.  Great job Ofc. Gambill!

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Congratulations

Congratulations!!! ๐ŸŽ‰

Congratulations!!!

Congratulations and thank you for your service

Congratulations !!

Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰!

Congratulations!!! ๐ŸŽ‰

Congratulations!!! ๐ŸŽ‰

Congratulations Officer Gambill, thank you for your service to our community ๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations! ๐ŸŽ‰ Thank you for your service.

Congratulations!!

Congratulations, Officer Gambill for your Service to our community in protecting the citizens of our city,God Bless You and be safe.

That's awesome! Congratulations! Thank you for your service.

Congratulations! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

CONGRATULATIONS!

Thank you for your service and everything you do

Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰โค๏ธ

Stay safe๐Ÿ™‹

Congrats Alex!

Congratulations. Thank you for protecting and serving. Take care, be well, and stay safe. I

Congratulations Officer Gambill ๐Ÿ’™

Congratulations!!! ๐ŸŽ‰

Thank you for keeping my neighborhood safe and congratulations ๏ฟผ

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This afternoon, Det. Kamryn Yauger was recognized at the Tactical Crime Suppression Unit's Annual Agents Meeting. She received the Agent of the Year Award for Moraine P.D. Det. Yauger was nominated for her outstanding work ethic and investigative ability. Congratulations Det. Yauger. Well deserved! ... See MoreSee Less

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This afternoon, Det. Kamryn Yauger was recognized at the Tactical Crime Suppression Units Annual Agents Meeting. She received the Agent of the Year Award for Moraine P.D.  Det. Yauger was nominated for her outstanding work ethic and investigative ability. Congratulations Det. Yauger. Well deserved!

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Congrats.

Congratulations on your outstanding work! You deserve it.

Congratulations!

Congrats

Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽˆ

Congratulations Det. Yauger, That’s awesome ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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Congratulations ๐ŸŽˆ!

Congratulations!

CONGRATULATIONS Det. Yauger, Job well done, proud of you! Shirley Whitt

Congrats Kam!!!

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Congratulations Det. Yauger!

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