WPD’s morning coffee and more


Denny Gherman, left, chats with Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Wednesday.

Denny Gherman, left, chats with Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Wednesday.


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Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand chats with locals during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue Wednesday morning.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington Police Department officers chat with local residents during Coffee with a Cop Wednesday morning at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue — and also join in the singing of “Happy Birthday” to former Clinton County Commissioner David Bailey. From left are WPD uniformed officers Matt Hamilton and Tyler Binkley, with Police Chief Duane Weyand at back left. “This was a great event and I appreciate McDonald’s hosting Coffee with a Cop,” said Weyand. “We had a lot of positive feedback and had a chance to be engaged with our citizens to pass on what a typical patrol day looks like, other types of community engagement, as well as give out information on state issue 1.” For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Denny Gherman, left, chats with Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Wednesday.

Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand chats with locals during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue Wednesday morning.

Wilmington Police Department officers chat with local residents during Coffee with a Cop Wednesday morning at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue — and also join in the singing of “Happy Birthday” to former Clinton County Commissioner David Bailey. From left are WPD uniformed officers Matt Hamilton and Tyler Binkley, with Police Chief Duane Weyand at back left. “This was a great event and I appreciate McDonald’s hosting Coffee with a Cop,” said Weyand. “We had a lot of positive feedback and had a chance to be engaged with our citizens to pass on what a typical patrol day looks like, other types of community engagement, as well as give out information on state issue 1.” For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.

Denny Gherman, left, chats with Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Wednesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0227-1.jpgDenny Gherman, left, chats with Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Wednesday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand chats with locals during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue Wednesday morning.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0229-1.jpgWilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand chats with locals during Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue Wednesday morning. John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington Police Department officers chat with local residents during Coffee with a Cop Wednesday morning at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue — and also join in the singing of “Happy Birthday” to former Clinton County Commissioner David Bailey. From left are WPD uniformed officers Matt Hamilton and Tyler Binkley, with Police Chief Duane Weyand at back left. “This was a great event and I appreciate McDonald’s hosting Coffee with a Cop,” said Weyand. “We had a lot of positive feedback and had a chance to be engaged with our citizens to pass on what a typical patrol day looks like, other types of community engagement, as well as give out information on state issue 1.” For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0236-1.jpgWilmington Police Department officers chat with local residents during Coffee with a Cop Wednesday morning at McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue — and also join in the singing of “Happy Birthday” to former Clinton County Commissioner David Bailey. From left are WPD uniformed officers Matt Hamilton and Tyler Binkley, with Police Chief Duane Weyand at back left. “This was a great event and I appreciate McDonald’s hosting Coffee with a Cop,” said Weyand. “We had a lot of positive feedback and had a chance to be engaged with our citizens to pass on what a typical patrol day looks like, other types of community engagement, as well as give out information on state issue 1.” For more photos, visit wnewsj.com. John Hamilton | News Journal