Cullman Police officers promoted

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Chief Kenny Culpepper presents now-Captain Gene Bates his new badge. (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN, Ala. – Two Cullman Police officers were recognized at the Cullman City Council meeting Monday evening for receiving promotions.

Lt. Eugene Bates, a 21-year CPD veteran, was promoted to captain.  He has been a patrol officer and patrol supervisor, and served on the tactical team.  He is currently a detective and one of the department’s helicopter pilots.

Sgt. Todd Chiaranda, a 28-year CPD veteran, was promoted to lieutenant.  He has served on the tactical team, and is currently a detective.

Assistant Chief Craig Montgomery introduced the officers, Councilman and Public Safety Committee Chairman Andy Page read and presented the promotion certificates and Chief Kenny Culpepper presented the officers their new badges.

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Cullman Councilman and Public Safety Committee Chairman Andy Page presents now-Lieutenant Todd Chiaranda his certificate of promotion. (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune)
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