Two new officers joined the ranks of the Columbus Police Department when they were sworn in during Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of Public Works and Safety. Lt. Matt Harris, CPD spokesman, says that 22-year-old Aaron Graham is a graduate of Danville Community High School. After high school, Graham served for four years in the United States Marine Corps as a combat engineer and was deployed to Europe and Africa.
Twenty-six year-old Jacob Driver is a Hauser High School graduate. After completing high school, Driver attended Indiana State University and later joined the United States Marine Corps as an infantryman and achieved the rank of Corporal.
Harris says that both Graham and Driver will continue their training at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy next month.