October 26, 2014

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Replacement police officers take oath in Brunswick

Brunswick Mayor Ron Falconi swears in Zachary Callahan, left, and Jonathan Osborne, right, as police officers May 20. (PHOTOS PROVIDED)

Brunswick Mayor Ron Falconi swears in Zachary Callahan, left, and Jonathan Osborne, right, as police officers May 20. (PHOTOS PROVIDED)

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Police Department has two new officers.

Zachary Callahan and Jonathan Osborne, who were sworn in May 20, are replacing two retirees.

Officer Scott Stewart left in April after more than 18 years of service and Sgt. Sam Millam will be retiring in July after 26 years of service.

Callahan, a member of the Army National Guard, attended the Cleveland Heights Police Academy and is completing his bachelor’s degree at Bowling Green State University.

Osborne holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Akron and attended the Kent State University Police Academy for his basic police training.

Both officers are now in the field training program at the Brunswick Police Department, where they will spend 15 to 18 weeks with different training officers.