By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Revamped Police Department Keeping Busy

Two New Officers Join Force; Department Takes 209 Calls Since June


July 27, 2023

Daria Anderson-Faden

Kimball City Clerk Paula Tarango swears in Officer Colton McKenzie, one of two new officers on the overhauled Kimball police force in addition to new Chief Jose Ruiz. Sgt. Jose Barboza, pictured below, also took the oath of office July 18.

Chief Jose Ruiz of the Kimball Police Department reported at the Kimball City Council on meeting a lengthy list of happenings.

During the council meeting, the department also added two more officers to the ranks. New Kimball policemen include Sgt. Jose Barboza and Officer Colton McKenzie.

Meanwhile, the department is in the process of nine abatements regarding residential maintence, while 16 have been completed, and three abatements are with the city attorney.

In response to the semi-parking ordinance, the police have driven around town and contacted individuals violating the ordinance. T...

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