Franklin Police Detective Cory Kroeger has been named Officer of the Month for October, for his work that led to the September 11 raid that shut down a cocaine distribution operation.
During the execution of a search warrant at 511 Iris, a drug dealer was arrested and charged with a Class-A felony for manufacturing and distributing crack cocaine near a park and daycare.
“We are very proud of the investigation that Detective Kroeger promptly initiated, following complaints about drugs being dealt in the neighborhood,” said Chief Deborah Faulkner. “His investigation made a huge difference for law abiding neighbors who deserve to live in a community free from drug dealers. Detective Kroeger and his team helped to make that happen, and I commend him on a job well done.”
The Franklin Police Department partnered with the Franklin Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, who awarded $150 to Kroeger. In turn, detective Kroeger is donating the money to his favorite charity, BrightStone of Franklin.
BrightStone is an organization that helps special needs adults to expand their potentials by providing opportunities and solutions that enrich their lives.
Detective Kroeger has been a part of the Franklin Police Department since 2008.More News