Bringing the HEAT: Grant gives law en...

Bringing the HEAT: Grant gives law enforcement the tools to make roads safer

There are 1 comment on the Douglas County Sentinel story from Jan 9, 2012, titled Bringing the HEAT: Grant gives law enforcement the tools to make roads safer. In it, Douglas County Sentinel reports that:

Deputy Eddie Englett Jr. has a decade of experience working the roads of Douglas County and said that being a part of the HEAT unit is special because while they enforce laws, they are promoting safety and heading off possible issues by being visible in the area.

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Carrollton, GA

#1 Jan 10, 2012
I am assuming that the "HELP" they need is in the form of ANOTHER TAX INCREASE.The new concentration camp used up that money, maybe in 5 years.

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