Beavercreek police officer takes oath


Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.

Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.


Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.


Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek

Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.

Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek

Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.

Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2020/01/web1_Edmondson.jpgPhotos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.

Photos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2020/01/web1_WifePinning.jpgPhotos courtesy City of Beavercreek Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone swears in the city’s newest police officer, Warren E. Edmondson Jan. 6. Chief Dennis Evers opened the ceremony and Officer Edmondson’s wife pinned his badge. Edmondson is a graduate of Xenia High School, served in the United States Navy, attended Sinclair Community College and the Greene County Criminal Justice Training Academy, and worked as a deputy sheriff in Miami County.