NCSO, CPD thank cit­i­zens for sup­port

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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.

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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.

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