Meet ‘Superman’ next week as he joins the St. Anthony Police Department
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ST. ANTHONY — The St. Anthony Police Department will get some help fighting crime from a superhero next week.
Dean Cain will fly to eastern Idaho (on an airplane) and be sworn in as a reserve officer with the department on Tuesday, June 19. He’ll join officer Daryl Williams on the reserve team and become a member of the All About Kids Foundation.
“CHiPs” star Erik Estrada visited eastern Idaho two years ago and was sworn in as a reserve officer. At that time, he and Williams launched the “All About Kids” project that focuses on preventing teen suicide, bullying and internet crimes. They also work to protect children against cyber predators and increase school security.
The team has been behind many improvements to police department including a new police K9, drones, new guns and various trainings.
Cain will be sworn-in at the St. Anthony Police Department at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Representatives from the city of St. Anthony, Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, Ashton Police, Rexburg Police and other surrounding counties will be in attendance.
A free public meet-and-greet session will be held after the swearing in at the police department and everyone is invited to attend.