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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski and police officer Chris Skinner pose in front of the police department's new boat.

Longboat Key police gets new boat

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski and police officer Chris Skinner pose in front of the police department's new boat.

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The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski and police officer Chris Skinner pose in front of the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski and police officer Chris Skinner pose in front of the police department's new boat.

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Town Manager Tom Harmer (far left) climbs aboard the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Town Manager Tom Harmer (far left) climbs aboard the police department's new boat.

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Town Manager Tom Harmer (far left) climbs aboard the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Town Manager Tom Harmer (far left) climbs aboard the police department's new boat.

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Town Manager Tom Harmer (left) and marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (right) pose for a photo on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Town Manager Tom Harmer (left) and marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (right) pose for a photo on the police department's new boat.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (right) demonstrates to Town Manager Tom Harmer (left) how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (right) demonstrates to Town Manager Tom Harmer (left) how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

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The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the Garmin radar Forward Looking InfraRed camera system works.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the Garmin radar Forward Looking InfraRed camera system works.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the Garmin radar Forward Looking InfraRed camera system works.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the Garmin radar Forward Looking InfraRed camera system works.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the Garmin radar Forward Looking InfraRed camera system works.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors demonstrates how the Garmin radar Forward Looking InfraRed camera system works.

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The Longboat Key Police Department's new boat has two Mercury 350 horsepower engines. The boat has a top speed of about 60 mph.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department's new boat has two Mercury 350 horsepower engines. The boat has a top speed of about 60 mph.

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Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski, police officer Chris Skinner and Town Manager Tom Harmer pose in front of the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski, police officer Chris Skinner and Town Manager Tom Harmer pose in front of the police department's new boat.

Buy this Photo
Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (left) demonstrates to Town Manager Tom Harmer (right) how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (left) demonstrates to Town Manager Tom Harmer (right) how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Buy this Photo
Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (right) demonstrates to Town Manager Tom Harmer (left) how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors (right) demonstrates to Town Manager Tom Harmer (left) how the two Garmin displays are used on the police department's new boat.

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The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Buy this Photo
The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Buy this Photo
The Longboat Key Police Department's new boat has two Mercury 350 horsepower engines. The boat has a top speed of about 60 mph.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department's new boat has two Mercury 350 horsepower engines. The boat has a top speed of about 60 mph.

Buy this Photo
The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

The Longboat Key Police Department displayed its new boat Thursday morning in front of Town Hall.

Buy this Photo
Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski, police officer Chris Skinner and Town Manager Tom Harmer pose in front of the police department's new boat.

Thursday, Mar. 18, 2021 |

Marine patrol officer Joshua Connors, Deputy Chief Frank Rubino, marine patrol officer Ed Kolodzieski, police officer Chris Skinner and Town Manager Tom Harmer pose in front of the police department's new boat.

Buy this Photo

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