ABERDEEN, Ohio — “They’ll be on the road by next week,” Chief David Benjamin of the Aberdeen Police Department said of the department’s two new donated Ford Explorer cruisers. Aberdeen received the cruisers from Franklin County Sheriff’s Department early last month, though this isn’t the first time they’ve been a help to Benjamin, he said. “I’ve had a relationship in the past with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department. They’re fleet services, whenever they pull a cruiser off the road, they donate them to other agencies. A lot of times they strip them down from the equipment, but you get a pretty nice well-maintained cruiser. This has probably been five or six years that I’ve had this communication line. When I was chief in Winchester we received two Crown Vics.” Benjamin said that he had frequent communication with the Franklin County Sheriff. Every six months or so, he’d send them an email checking to see if they had cruisers to donate. “About the first part of November we received some communication from them and they said ‘hey, we have three Ford Explorers that we’re looking to donate if that’s something you’d be interested in.’ And a lot of times when you get them they ha...