- Associated Press - Thursday, October 1, 2015

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Several dozen Kentucky State Police officers have been recognized for their promotions in the law enforcement agency.

In all, 52 officers from across the state were honored at the ceremony Wednesday in Lexington.

Three lieutenant colonels, four majors, eight captains, 13 lieutenants and 24 sergeants were commissioned.

Maj. Michael P. Crawford was promoted to lieutenant colonel and transferred to the Operations Division, as director of operations. Crawford is a 32-year veteran of the agency.

Maj. Scott Miller was also promoted to lieutenant colonel. He was transferred from the Operations Division, Special Enforcement Troop, to the Administrative Division.

Maj. James Curtis O’Bannon was promoted to lieutenant colonel. He was transferred from the Operations Division, East Troop, to the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.

Miller and O’Bannon are 18-year veterans of the agency.


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