Drug funds to help enhance sheriff’s arsenal
by Bill Baldowski
01:23 PM, Wednesday, July 30
The Douglas County Sheriff's Department will soon receive additional crime-fighting weapons which are essentially being paid for by criminals rather than taxpayers. Last week the Douglas County Commission voted unanimously to accept $22,046 from t...

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