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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- The Youngstown Police Department announced several promotions and a ceremony was held Tuesday morning in the City Council Chambers.

According to a release, Mayor Charles P. Sammarone and Police Chief Rod J. Foley are pleased to announce departmental promotions.  

The following Officers will be promoted:

  • Jason Simon is being promoted from the rank of Lieutenant to the rank of Captain.  
    Lt. Simon was appointed as a Police Officer with the Youngstown Police Department on November 17, 2000, promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant on September 22, 2006, and then promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on February 22, 2011.

  • Frank Rutherford  is being promoted from the rank of Detective Sergeant to the rank of Lieutenant.  D/S Rutherford was appointed as a Police Officer with the Youngstown Police Department on August 25, 2000, promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant on September 22, 2006

  • Curt Hileman  is being promoted from the rank of Officer to the rank of Detective Sergeant.  Officer Hileman was appointed as a Police Officer with the Youngstown Police Department on June 15, 2001.

  • Ronald Barber  is being promoted from the rank of Officer to the rank of Detective Sergeant.  Officer Barber was appointed as a Police Officer with the Youngstown Police Department on December 29, 1997.
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