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  For Immediate Release: July 1, 2016
Contact: Lieutenant Robert Sellers (614) 752-2792

Lieutenant Sellers to serve as Patrol spokesperson

COLUMBUS – Sergeant Robert G. Sellers has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant and named the new spokesperson of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. He has transferred from his most recent position at the Toledo Post to the Public Affairs Unit, located in General Headquarters in Columbus. Lieutenant Sellers will replace Staff Lieutenant Craig Cvetan, who was promoted and transferred to the Patrol’s HUB operations.
 
Lieutenant Sellers joined the Patrol in October of 2001 as a member of the 138th Academy Class. He received his commission in April of 2002 and was assigned to the Patrol’s Swanton Post. In 2004 Lieutenant Sellers transferred to the Office of Licensing and Commercial Standards, where he served as a commercial motor vehicle inspector. In 2007 he transferred to the Findlay District Headquarters to serve as a portable load limit inspector. In February of 2010, Lieutenant Sellers was promoted to the rank of sergeant and transferred to the Toledo Post, where he served as the assistant Post Commander. 

Lieutenant Sellers is a graduate of Ashland High School as well as the Public Safety Leadership Academy. Lieutenant Sellers and his wife reside near Swanton, in Fulton County.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is an internationally accredited agency whose mission is to protect life and property, promote traffic safety and provide professional public safety services with respect, compassion, and unbiased professionalism.


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