Baker sworn in


By Austin Schmidt - aschmidt@civitasmedia.com



On his 34th birthday, Luke Baker became the 13th full-time member of the Eaton Police Division when Mayor David Kirsch swore him on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The 34-year-old graduate of Sinclair has been a part time member of the force since 2012. Baker, an Eaton resident, is excited to work for his hometown. “This is home to me” he said, adding, “This is the community I care about it, it means something to me to work for this city and community.”

On his 34th birthday, Luke Baker became the 13th full-time member of the Eaton Police Division when Mayor David Kirsch swore him on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The 34-year-old graduate of Sinclair has been a part time member of the force since 2012. Baker, an Eaton resident, is excited to work for his hometown. “This is home to me” he said, adding, “This is the community I care about it, it means something to me to work for this city and community.”


On his 34th birthday, Luke Baker became the 13th full-time member of the Eaton Police Division when Mayor David Kirsch swore him on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The 34-year-old graduate of Sinclair has been a part time member of the force since 2012. Baker, an Eaton resident, is excited to work for his hometown. “This is home to me” he said, adding, “This is the community I care about it, it means something to me to work for this city and community.”

By Austin Schmidt

aschmidt@civitasmedia.com

On his 34th birthday, Luke Baker became the 13th full-time member of the Eaton Police Division when Mayor David Kirsch swore him on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The 34-year-old graduate of Sinclair has been a part time member of the force since 2012. Baker, an Eaton resident, is excited to work for his hometown. “This is home to me” he said, adding, “This is the community I care about it, it means something to me to work for this city and community.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/01/web1_Baker.jpgOn his 34th birthday, Luke Baker became the 13th full-time member of the Eaton Police Division when Mayor David Kirsch swore him on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The 34-year-old graduate of Sinclair has been a part time member of the force since 2012. Baker, an Eaton resident, is excited to work for his hometown. “This is home to me” he said, adding, “This is the community I care about it, it means something to me to work for this city and community.”

By Austin Schmidt

aschmidt@civitasmedia.com