Franklin Police Detective Cory Kroeger has been named Officer of the Month for his work that led to the September 11 raid that shut down a crack cocaine distribution operation. During the execution of a search warrant at 511 Iris, a drug dealer was arrested and charged with Manufacturing & Distributing Crack Cocaine near a park and daycare – a Class-A felony.
“We are very proud of the investigation that Detective Kroeger promptly initiated, following complaints about drugs being dealt in the neighborhood,” said Chief Deborah Faulkner. “His investigation made a huge difference for law abiding neighbors who deserve to live in a community free from drug dealers. Detective Kroeger and his team helped to make that happen, and I commend him on a job well done.”
The Franklin Police Department is proud to partner with Franklin Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, who awarded $150 to Kroeger. Detective Kroeger, in turn, is donating the money to his favorite charity: BrightStone of Franklin.
Detective Kroeger has served on the Franklin Police Department since 2008. Franklin Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram General Sales Manager Shane Dotson honored Detective Kroeger with a plaque today at Police Headquarters.