Law Enforcement Personal in the tri-state area are mourning the passing of a fellow brother in blue.
Authorities say a longtime Williams County law enforcement officer Deputy Mick Frisbee has died.
Deputy Frisbie dedicated almost twenty years of service to Williams County, including twelve years as a K-9 handler.
The Williams County Sheriff's Office along with the Williams County Coroner and Lucas County Sheriff's Office are handling the investigation regarding the untimely passing of Deputy Frisbie.
Details regarding the events that led to his death were not released.
Deputy Frisbie was from Stryker, Ohio.
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