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New officers sworn in

New Proctorville police officers Amanda Webb and Bradley Spoljaric are sworn in Friday by Mayor Richard Dunfee at village hall.

New Proctorville police officers Amanda Webb and Bradley Spoljaric are sworn in Friday by Mayor Richard Dunfee at village hall.

Department receives donated police cruiser

PROCTORVILLE — Two new officers were sworn in for duty with the Proctorville Police Department on Friday.

Amanda Webb and Bradley Spoljaric took the oath in the morning, administered by Mayor Richard Dunfee at village hall.

Webb previously served as a school resource officer with the Coal Grove Police Department. Spoljaric recently graduated from the police academy at Collins Career Center, Chief of Police Bill Murphy said.

Webb will serve full-time, while Spoljaric will be on the auxiliary.

The police force currently consists of nine officers, with six paid and three auxiliary.

Murphy said the police department also received a new cruiser from Franklin County, who donated it to the village. Officers recently made the trip to Columbus to pick it up.