Baltimore's local chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police re-elected Lt. Gene Ryan as president. He began serving as president of the FOP Lodge 3 in 2014.
Rank-and-file members and retired officers of the organization also re-elected second vice president Paul Blair, third vice president Ron Starr, secretary Lisa Riha and treasurer John Nolan.
Congrats to Pres Ryan, 2nd VP Blair, 3rd VP Starr, Sec Riha & Treas Nolan on your reelections We also congtatulate Lt. Butler as our 1st VP!
— Baltimore City FOP (@FOP3) September 27, 2016
Lt. Kenny Butler was elected as first vice president, the highest rank held by a black officer in the local union's history.