Beyond ‘Coffee with a Cop’: Middletown police will be trying something different tonight


The Middletown police chief and two officers will answer questions from the community during a one-hour Facebook Live session Tuesday at Blast Furnace, 1126 Central Ave.

Chief Rodney Muterspaw and officers Earl Nelson and Sheoki Reece will be at the downtown pizzeria answering questions submitted on the department’s Facebook page.

RELATED: Police officer honored for saving boy’s life at pool party

Titled “Just The Facts,” the event runs from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

People also will be allowed to ask questions electronically during the Facebook Live post.



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