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Bristol Police Officer of the Year Honored

Pictured from left to right: Detective Michael Brasche, Explorers Kaitlyn Spann, Connor Fenney-Wallace and Officer Craig O’Connor.

On Monday The Bristol Exchange Club hosted the Bristol Police Officer of the Year dinner at Nuchies restaurant.

Detective Michael Brasche and Officer Craig O’Connor were honored as the 2016 Bristol Officer of the Year for their work in apprehending an armed bank robber.

Also honored were the 2016 Explorers of the Year, Connor Fenney-Wallace and Kaitlyn Spann, for their dedication to the explorer program.

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