Madison Township Police officer honored

The Ohio Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving awarded Madison Township Police Officer Jonathon Todhunter its “Top Cop” Award for his enforcement efforts in removing impaired drivers from the roadways. Todhunter joined the MTPD in 2023 and hit the ground running, charging five motorists with driving under the influence in his first month patrolling solo. To date, Officer Todhunter has removed 35 impaired drivers from township roadways. “We are proud to have Officer Todhunter among our ranks,” said Madison Township Police Chief Gary York. “His skills and passion for enforcing sober driving in our township undoubtedly saves countless lives. We are eager to watch Officer Todhunter continue to blossom and grow through a long and productive career with Madison Township.” Since its creation in 1980, MADD has worked with law enforcement nationally to combat the more than 13,000 people killed each year by impaired driving.
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