Sgt. Ken Lattin of the Kennewick Police Department sits near an uncut sheet of the department’s most recent officer trading cards. The 32-card series features officers, detectives, supervisors and Chief Ken Hohenberg. Espirit Printing in Kennewick donated the printing and Rich Breshears of Breshears Professional Photography took the photos free of charge.
Sgt. Ken Lattin of the Kennewick Police Department sits near an uncut sheet of the department’s most recent officer trading cards. The 32-card series features officers, detectives, supervisors and Chief Ken Hohenberg. Espirit Printing in Kennewick donated the printing and Rich Breshears of Breshears Professional Photography took the photos free of charge. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Sgt. Ken Lattin of the Kennewick Police Department sits near an uncut sheet of the department’s most recent officer trading cards. The 32-card series features officers, detectives, supervisors and Chief Ken Hohenberg. Espirit Printing in Kennewick donated the printing and Rich Breshears of Breshears Professional Photography took the photos free of charge. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Metro Kennewick cops get their mugs on trading cards

January 10, 2016 06:13 PM

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