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New probation officer joins local staff

December 30, 2013

Jack Odle has joined the staff of the Adams County Probation Department as a juvenile probation officer. He was welcomed by Chief Probation Officer Rhonda McIntosh. Photo by Ashley Thieme

    Adams County Circuit Court Judge Chad E. Kukelhan, Superior Court Judge Patrick Miller and Chief Probation Officer Rhonda McIntosh on Friday welcomed Jack Odle as the county’s new juvenile probation officer, filling the vacancy left by Jean Franze, who resigned in November.
    Odle, 24, is the son of Tom and Laurie Odle and a native of Decatur. He graduated from Bellmont High School in 2008 and from Ball State University in 2012. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice and has understudy work in Spanish and digital forensic science.
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