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In 1985, Trent Ruble joined the Huntington Police Department (Indiana).  He has also been a member of the Huntington College Police Department.   He is a former board member of the Huntington County Crime Stoppers and the Police Athletic League.  Trent Ruble has been Republican Precinct Committeeman for his precinct and a member of the Jackson Township Board.  Trent Ruble retired from the Huntington Police Department in 2009 and joined the ranks of the Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Police Department in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Trent Ruble is the author of Harrison Davis: Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt and Gunar Hamilton: Vigilante on the Lam.

According to the book description of Harrison Davis: Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, “Harrison Davis, the Lakewood Police Department’s lone detective, is nearing the end of his police career. He is looking forward to a relaxing retirement with his wife, Julianne, and is even planning a surprise cruise for the two of them. However, his retirement planning is interrupted when he is faced with the most serious crimes he’s seen. While the people of Lakewood, as well as the media, question the qualifications of their detective, the investigations cause Harrison to question the very essence of life and death. He soon must make a decision that will change his life forever.”

According to Gunar Hamilton: Vigilante on the Lam, “Sergeant Gunar Hamilton is a small town police officer with a near perfect life. But in a split second it was all in jeopardy. In that blink of an eye the honorable crime fighter became the hunted fugitive. But, even as he runs, he remains...honorable.”

One reader of Harrison Davis: Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt said, “I bought this book because I went to school with the author but I wasn't sure I would like it. I loved it! From the mysterious roll of film left on the sheriff’s car to the action-packed conclusion. My only regret is that I wish it was longer. I would definitely recommend this book.”

About the Huntington Police Department

The Huntington Police Department is a small, yet full-service law enforcement agency with approximately 40 sworn personnel.  Each of the patrol shifts is led by a police captain, with a sergeant as his or her assistant.  The criminal investigations are likewise led by a Police Captain. 


Harrison Davis: Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
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Gunar Hamilton: Vigilante on the Lam
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