Kent Police Officer James Ennemoser takes over as day-shift sergeant
Kent Police Officer James Ennemoser recently joined the ranks of sergeant at the Kent Police Department. The department promoted Ennemoser, one of the station's K9 officers, this week, according to the department's website. The 15-year veteran of the police force most recently served as a road-unit officer on the midnight shift. His new role means he will serve as sergeant of the day shift. This spring, Ennemoser was among the 2012 Real Heroes award recipients recognized by the American Red Cross of Summit and Portage Counties. Last year, the Kent cop saved a 16-year-old boy from drowning in the Cuyahoga River. Editor's note: Kent Patch's Facebook followers saw this story first. Click here to follow us on Facebook.
Kent Police officer, Kent State students recognized for bravery by American Red Cross
Three Kent men were honored Saturday by the American Red Cross as Real Heroes. Kent Police Officer James Ennemoser, along with Kent State University students Eric Johnston and Jared Atkins, along with University of Akron student Paul Marschik, are among the 2012 Real Heroes award recipients being recognized in Aurora at the American Red Cross of Summit and Portage Counties annual award ceremony. The men are being honored for their heroic deeds performed in Kent in 2011, which included: The Red Cross retells the stories of the men's heroic deeds below: Students Save Professor from Fire It was late October and already well after dark when long-time high school and college buddies, Jared Atkins and Paul Marschik, dropped some friends off at …