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2 new Seneca police officers hired
02/07/2020

(KMZA)--Two new Seneca Police officers have been hired.

Following an executive session Wednesday evening, the Seneca City Council approved the hiring of Baxter Defore, of Hiawatha, and Aladdin Hegic, of St. Louis, Missouri.

The two will begin their duties with the Seneca Police Department after completing  the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, which could possibly occur in April.

Police Chief Jordan Weaver said the department is currently short of officers, with only three full-time officers on the force--including himself.

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