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Brian Hornaday Bio, Wiki, Age, Married, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Quick Facts You Need to Know

Brian Hornaday Bio

Brian Hornaday is the chief of the Herington Police Department in Kansas. He is at the center of a controversy that began when he posted a photo of a McDonald’s coffee mug on Facebook with the words “f * cking pig” in felt tip pen on it. Hornaday said the photo was taken by one of his officers after he received the McDonald’s Cup Cup on his way to work on December 28th in Junction City.

Brian Hornaday Controversy

Brian Hornaday is at the center of a controversy that began when he posted a photo of a McDonalds coffee mug on Facebook with the words “f * cking pig” in felt tip pen on it. Hornaday said the photo was taken by one of his officers after receiving the Junction City McDonalds trophy on his way to work on Saturday, December 28, 2019. Hornaday later announced that the officer “invented” the incident as a “joke.” Hornaday didn’t explain what the joke was supposed to be.

Brian Hornaday Family

Brian Hornaday is originally from Arkansas. He is married and has two children.

Brian Hornaday Facebook


Hornaday shared the video of the alleged joke on a Facebook account that he shares with his wife. However, he did not apologize for the uproar that was occurring locally and across the country. Hornaday also refused to identify the officer who was no longer in the department and said it was a personnel issue.
Hornaday has deleted his Facebook page and his department’s page has also been removed. Hornaday told reporters that he had discussed the incident with the local Dickinson County law firm but had not expected the official to be charged. The ex-officer lives in Junction City, said Hornaday.

Brian Hornaday Career

Hornaday served in the U.S. Army before becoming a police officer. He later worked for several police stations in Kansas before moving to the chief of police in Herington. According to his LinkedIn profile, “He worked for the sheriff’s office in Leavenworth, the sheriff’s office in Wabaunsee, the sheriff’s office in Pottawatomie and the police in Fort Riley. I have also worked part-time for the St. Marys Police Department and the Kansas State University Police Department. “

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