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Dialed In: Kennewick Police Chief is a true Tri-Citian who leads by example

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KENNEWICK, WA - The Hohenberg family moved west from Missouri for work at Hanford. Their son, Ken, was born and raised in Richland and from a very young age knew he wanted to stay in the Tri-Cities. He also knew from a young age he wanted to be a police officer. In fact, in elementary school he served as a crossing guard, earning one of his earlier accolades: patrol boy of the year. Today, his accolades have stacked up and he's been the Kennewick Police Chief for 15 years.

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