Town of Eden
Eden Police Department's
Memories and Salute














Cindy Henry - Police Dispatcher/Clerk: 1989 - 1999 (Retired)
  • Cindy and David Henry are the proud parents of a beautiful, 7 lbs. 4 oz. baby boy named Andrew David Henry.

Former Chief John N. Cardarelli and his pet bloodhound, Apples
(Photo News 10/24/74)
  • Apples was used frequently on tracking assignments.

Officer Ollie (puppet) and
Officer John H. McCarthy
  • Officer Ollie and Officer McCarthy teaching the children the "Stranger Danger" program.

Officer Robert Bruggeman and
Officer John H. McCarthy
  • Officer Bruggeman and Officer McCarthy with puppets McGruff and Officer Ollie at the trade fair.

Marijuana Plants Seized
  • Due to the good work of officers, marijuana plants were found and seized from a home in Eden.

More Marijuana Plants Seized
  • Eden Police obtained $20,000.00 from asset forfeiture for the arrest of this crime.

Opening Ceremony of Eden's Town Hall: 10/16/92 B.E.N.
  • Opening address by Marty Szal, who through many hours of labor and dedication completed the new quarters of the Eden Town Hall. Shown in the picture from left to right: Former Chief Patrick M. Howard, Councilman Edward Krycia, Former Supervisor Suzanne L. Bissonette.

D.A.R.E. Donations Are Always Welcome, 2/11/83 (Hamburg Sun)
  • Paul Debalski, Finance Officer for Newell Faulkner Post 880, recently presented a contribution to Former Chief Patrick Howard for the Town of Eden Police DARE program. The contribution will help defray the extra cost involved in this year's graduation class. This year the enrollment in the DARE program doubled from previous years.

Former Chief Pat Howard and
Chief Mike Felschow
  • Shift Change - At the change of shift Patrolman Howard going off duty gives Patrolman Felschow instructions to follow up on and check out during his tour of duty.

"Jailbirds" (10/23/74-The Southtown's Citizen)
  • Officer Shawn Bishop rounding up local business people (Mark Stevens of Brown & Stromecki Agency) for the March of Dimes jail and bail fundraiser. Read their rights, handcuffed and proceeded to take the suspects to Eden Ford where their cells were waiting --- and so was the phone to solicit donations.


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