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New troopers assigned to state police Post 5 in Campbellsburg

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Kentucky State Police Post 5 has recently increased its ranks by adding eight newly appointed troopers, including three who will be patrolling Carroll County. 

The troopers have all been assigned to the Campbellsburg post after completing the grueling 23-week training academy conducted at KSP headquarters in Frankfort.

Trooper Adam Garrett, a Lawrenceburg native, is a 2007 graduate of the University of the Cumberlands. Hisprimary assignment will be patrolling Carroll and Trimble counties upon completion of his field training. 

Trooper Brodie Jodry, a native of Terre Haute, Indiana, served in the U.S. Marine Corps since 2001 and will remain a reservist as he begins his career with KSP. His primary assignment will be patrolling Henry and Oldham counties upon completion of his field training.

Trooper Charles Loudermilk, a native of Campbell County, is a 2010 graduate of Northern Kentucky University. His primary assignment will be patrolling Trimble and Carroll counties upon completion of his field training. 

Trooper Barrett Brewer, a native of Ballardsville, is a 2008 graduate of the University of Louisville. Brewer also served as an officer with the Department of Fish and Wildlife for 2 years. His primary assignment will be patrolling Henry and Oldham counties upon completion of his field training. 

Trooper Zack Morris, a native of Bowling Green, is a 2010 graduate of the University of Louisville. His primary assignment will be patrolling Henry and Oldham counties upon completion of his field training.

Trooper Jim Phelps, a native of Cincinnati, attended the University of Cincinnati. His primary assignment will be patrolling Carroll and Trimble counties upon completion of his field training.

Trooper David Staubach, a native of Cincinnati, is a 2009 graduate of the University of Cincinnati. His primary assignment will be patrolling Gallatin and Owen Counties upon completion of his field training. 

Trooper Josh Wilhoit, a native of Kenton County, is a 2006 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University.  His primary assignment will be patrolling Gallatin and Owen Counties.