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Parkersburg Police Dep. not sure any of there names Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Bob Pickens and Chief Eaton. Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

On the front row Tom Gribble and Bob Vensel On the second row Ron Brannon. In the third row in a deputy uniform is Dave Tallman. On the top row is Jim Knapp, Jim Holcomd, and George Montgomery with the city and Gene McDonald with the county. Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Bechtold, Burns, Nicely, Eaton, Lake, Buckalew, and Sutphin.  Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

In 1962, the  Parkersburg Fraternal order of Police made a donation to Frank Schroeder,  Big Red Band Director, on the front campus  of Parkersburg High School.  Shown left to right are;  Larry Gibson, Frank Schroeder, John D. Vaughan, and Gilbert Swartz.   Schroeder, Vaughan, and Swartz are  deceased. Photo courtesy Larry Gibson

 

 Fleet Picture - Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Chief Eaton and Dave Tallman. Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Fleet Picture - Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Looks like Bob Pickens is about to give car #4 driven by Officer Kenny Williams a ticket. Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Parkersburg Police Department Fleet - Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

 Ray Rardon Inside the old Police Department in the old city building. Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Lt. Rasel, Mrs. Ullum , Bill Lazzell, back row, George Fox, Francis Dougherty, Bob Barrows, Gale Smith.

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Old Police Department radio circa 1960 - Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Dale Eaton, Gerald Board, maybe Ron Poe and Bob Vensel

 Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Dale Eaton, Ron Poe, and Gerald Board - Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Parkersburg Crossing Guards standing annual inspection along with the police officers under Chief Lazzell.  

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Clyde Williams investigation Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Parkersburg Police inspection under Chief Lazzell at the National Guard Armory

 Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Parkersburg Police inspection under Chief Lazell and Mayor Jackson.

 Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection  

 

Chief Eaton, Jim Midkiff, Mayor Nicely, and Tom Skinner.  Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Chief Eaton and Jerry Lyons.  Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection 

 

Brady Stephens, Danny Tabor, Paul Thornton, Bobby Tipton, and many others. 31st Basic graduation, June, 1979.

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Ron Nonamaker, Dale Eaton, Gale Hartshorn. Decorating the Grave of
Lt. Harry Hudson  Rasel.

 Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection

 

Officer Gail Hartshorn being recognized by Chief Eaton and Mayor Nicely. he had graduated first in his two, week training course at the academy.

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection 

 

Mayor Nicely and Chief Eaton are recognizing Detective Bill Rhodes, later to be Chief Rhodes, for solving several crimes.

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection 

 

Lt. L. K. "Buck" Walters is with Chief Eaton and Nationwide Insurance Agent James McCrady.

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection 

 

appointment as Parkersburg Police Chief, Dale Eaton is shown with Mayor Nicely and City Clerk Gladys James

Photo courtesy Michael Eaton from Dale Eaton Photo Collection 

 

Chief Larry Gibson Parkersburg Police Department

Photo courtesy Larry Gibson

 

This a picture taken in 1966 or 67 in South Parkersburg. A man had barricaded his Mother in an upstairs room, and commenced firing a rifle out the upstairs windows of the house at officers. The house was tear gassed, and he surrendered.  Pictured from left to right are Upper left with shotgun  Larry Gibson,  Gerald Board, Lt. C. A. Snyder,  Ken Dougherty. Shirtless  Fireman with his back to camera Ed Westfall. Photo courtesy Frank Shepherd

 

 front row left to right Ron Cowan, Jack Hunley, Linda Reed, Randy Parsons, Brady Stephens, Steve Pierce

back row left to right Scott Morgan, Kenneth Miller, Sgt. Joe Kuhl, Doug McClain, Tom Dent, George Montogmery, Lt. T. J. Skinner 1980s

 

 Chief Eaton and Dave Tallman.

 

Larry Gibson, Bob Barrows.  Photo taken in the Detective Bureau, old City Building, late 1960's. 

 

Wood County Deputies from left to right, the first one is not yet identified, then comes Harry Holiday, Gerald Sinnett, and Clifford Masters.  Photo provided by David Ray

 

J. E. Baird Photo courtesy Larry Gibson

 

Chief of Police Joe Beckett -- Rebecca Corbett Beckett Photo Collection

 

Parkersburg's five new patrolmen were sworn in Tuesday, following formal city council approval of their appointment by Mayor Golden Underwood. Mrs. Ruth Derenberger and Police Chief Joseph Beckett gave the oath to, left to right, Ronnie Miller, Jr., Frank R. Snider, Roy E. Collins, James E. Wildt, and Charles F. Burrows. 1950

Photo provided by Frank Snyder Daughter Judy Snider Wipkey

 

Jim Smith taking the oath from Mayor Nicely as Chief Eaton watches.

 

photographer is Dave Cobb,  Jim Knapp,  James Fought,

 

Police Officer Doug McClain, The two lads are (next to the cruiser) Rodger Loar, and then Randall Loar. Rodger was about 8, and Randall about 6. the boys dad Ronald Loar was police reporter for the P-burg News and took this photo as part of a National Police Week article, demonstrating police community involvement. (Probably taken 1979 or 1980). 

Parkersburg's finest, from left Jerry Lyons, Bob Newell, Mark Douglas & Ron Poe

 

Parkersburg Police Officer Jerry Lyons talking to Mayor Nicely & Chief Eaton before leading the Old Fashion Bargain day parade carrying the American flag he was riding his horse Buddy early 1970's

 

Parkersburg Police  George Washington Taylor. 1890s Photo provided by Bonnie Taylor 

 

This work was done by late Parkersburg police officer Karl Hall in 1988. He made it using some kind of " punch work" Technique. Karl passed away this year. Photo provided by Larry Gibson

 

Parkersburg Police Sgt. Alan Barnette official bicentennial Corp. February 1976

 

Winning Photo-Parkersburg News photographer, Rich Lauer (inset) won first place in spot news category in the January competition in the West Virginia News Photographers Assoc. for his photo published in The Parkersburg News. The award winning photograph shows two Parkersburg City Police officers carrying an elderly man from a burning rooming house on 6th St. Lauer also won third place in spot news for another photo and second place in sports for the same month. Results of the judging were released in the March issue of The West Virginia News Photographer a publication of the association. on the Left is Parkersburg Police Joe Kuhl on the right is Ron Nonamaker April 1977

 

Mark Douglas, Parkersburg Police officer, served several years, and then move to Florida where he also worked in law enforcement. Mark passed away in 2010. Photo provided by Larry Gibson 

 

The old Kawasaki Police Special no marking on the windshield or front at all, two flashing blues to the front, two blues and two ambers to the rear, and "POLICE" "UNIT 36" on the back of the radio box. Two channel Motorola radio w/hand mic, dual certified speedometers with a "lock" mode on one that you used after pacing a speeder: photo by Steve Williams

 

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