Plymouth Swears In Three New Police Officers
The Plymouth Police Department swore in three new officers this week.
Officers Nathan Olson, Megan Soultz and Elena Daddario took the oath of office on Nov. 14.
Plymouth Police Chief Erik Fadden said it’s the first time since he’s become chief that he’s been able to swear in three officers at once.
According to Fadden, the department now has 73 sworn officers. One officer is also in training and is expected to join the force in January.
The department is budgeted for 82 officers.
“We are planning another police officer academy in early January to fill as many open positions as possible,” Fadden told CCX News.
Fadden also announced that two officers were being promoted to the rank of sergeant.
Dave Anderson and Mitch Martinson are now Plymouth Police Department Sergeants.
Anderson helped investigate the road rage murder of Jay Boughton on Highway 169 in July 2021.