Two sheriff's candidates spoke to department employees
“We'll find out in three weeks. I need some people on my side. The people who got up and walked out, they made their choice. Y'all know who they are and I know who they are. And they made their choice before they ever walked in here.”
Last Thursday, the remaining Republican candidates for Pearl River County Sheriff's office - Jim Luke and David Allison - spoke to employees of that department to inform them of their plans should one of them ... via Picayune Item
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#1 Aug 20, 2007
If you read this article and pay attention to what these candidates said , then you will see that Luke is going to give everyone who gets with his program a chance.(CHANGE) Allison is going to leave things as they are.(NO CHANGE)I don't know about the rest of the good citizens of Pearl River County but I think we need a change and i assume by the number of votes Stuart got So do alot of other citizens.
#2 Sep 6, 2007
well looks to me the citizens do want a change, just dont want LUKE!! thank the lord..
#3 Oct 18, 2007
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's no-kill animal shelter, MASH, was created to house and care for animals that have been abused or neglected by their caretakers and rescued by the Animal Cruelty Investigative Unit. The purpose of the shelter is to provide a safe, healthy and healing shelter for these tragic animals, who must necessarily await the outcome of their owners' cruelty cases in court. Hopefully, their ultimate outcome will be adoption into loving, permanent homes.
Although Sheriff Joe Arpaio did not (as implied above) take over the operations of the entire Maricopa County Animal " http://www.maricopa.gov/Pets/" ; department, he was instrumental in the opening of the Maricopa Animal Safe Hospice animal shelter operated by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in what was formerly Phoenix's First Avenue Jail. The MASH is a facility dedicated to caring for rescued animals that have been abused or neglected (as well as temporarily caring for the pets of owners who have checked into domestic violence shelters):
The first shelter opened by Sheriff Arpaio is in the First Avenue Jail, located at First Avenue and Madison Street, Phoenix, Arizona. This 30-year-old jail previously held inmates, but was closed for repairs to plumbing in December 1999. Though no longer suitable for housing inmates, the jail looks like paradise to the four-footed victims now housed and recovering there.
The MASH location in the First Avenue Jail is air-conditioned, and the cells have been reconditioned to comfortably house animals.
In July 2007 Sheriff Arpaio launched a hot line for calling in tips and information about people living and working in Maricopa County illegally. Then in September 2007 he unveiled "moving billboards" in the form of four trucks and eight inmate passenger vans plastered with the hot line number and signs reading "Do Not Illegally Enter" and "Help Sheriff Joe Arpaio Fight Illegal Immigration and Trafficking." Critics contend that this move constitutes racial profiling; Sheriff Arpaio maintains that his signs say nothing about ethnic backgrounds: "It says illegal immigration and trafficking. I don't care where they're from."
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