Monday, December 17, 2001

Police to vote today on FOP president




        Cincinnati's Fraternal Order of Police Queen City Lodge 69 elects a new president today to replace its high-profile leader Keith Fangman, who is stepping down.

        Three candidates, all police division veterans, are vying for the presidency: Spec. George Pille; Sgt. Harry Roberts, who works in District 4 investigation; and Spec. Roger Webster, who works for the criminal investigations section.

        Voting will take place all day today and the winner should be known by 9:30 p.m.

        Officer Fangman is running unopposed for the post of first vice president.

       



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