NCSO, CPD thank citizens for support
In wake of the recent tragedies of the past week, the Newton County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) and the Covington Police Department (CPD) have received an outpouring of support from local Newton County residents.
On Monday, the NCSO received a visit from several members of the community who presented cards and doughnuts to the agency as a “Thank You,” according to a press release.
On Tuesday, the office received a delivery from the Williams family that contained 400 goody bags filled with treats and messages. According to the family, the bags are meant to say, “Thank you for service to our community and to brighten the days of the NCSO staff. The Williams family also brought goody bags to the CPD as a thank you for their hard work in protecting the community.
TOP: Back Row (L to R): Chief Deputy Jerry Carter, Deputy Deighton Waithe, Sgt. Michael Cunningham, Admin. Supervisor Juanita Threadgill, Deputy Trainee Luke Hanes, Captain Sammy Banks, Admin. Tech Jessica Wilson; Middle Row (L to R): Admin. Tech Daronna Cobb, Deputy Ginger Stabile, Detention Tech Tracy Gunraj, Deputy Favel Edwards, Deputy Trainee Monique Roberson; Front Row: Youth Community Leaders. BOTTOM LEFT: The Williams family brought goody bags to the Covington Police Department. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Williams Family with Sheriff Ezell Brown.