The Celina Police Department sends thank yous out to several groups who contributed their services during the Freedom Days festivities held this past weekend.

MCERV (Mercer County Emergency Response Volunteers) assisted with traffic control at key intersections.

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Lee Berry, from Lloyd’s Auto Service in Van Wert, is pictured here with Patrolman Mark Burgoon

Lee Berry, who is from Mercer County and his business, Lloyd’s Auto Service in Van Wert, contributed with the building of a new canopy frame for the departmental boat. He is pictured here with Patrolman Mark Burgoon who helps Lee with some of these projects.

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Kevin Mallory of Crusin’ America RV helped out both last year and this year getting air conditioning in the Celina Police Mobile Emergency Operations Center. This is the trailer that looks like a camper used at festivals as well as for major crime scenes or natural disasters. We received this as military surplus last year. The A/C was not working, but, Kevin came through for us with replacements.
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