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Frankenbach Named Sag Harbor’s Officer of the Year

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Officer Scott Frankenbach has been named Sag Harbor's Officer of the Year by the Southampton Kiwanis Club. COURTESY SAG HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT

Officer Scott Frankenbach has been named Sag Harbor's Officer of the Year by the Southampton Kiwanis Club. COURTESY SAG HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT

authorStephen J. Kotz on Feb 20, 2024
Sag Harbor Police Officer Scott Frankenbach was honored as Officer of the Year for the village department at the Southampton Kiwanis Club’s annual banquet last month. Lieutenant Robert Drake, who... more

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