Sheriff’s office requests additional deputies to fight crime

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

At a special meeting of the Washington County Commissioners, Chief Deputy Michael Crabtree said the sheriff’s office recommends adding additional headcount to fight the recent rise in crime.  “We’ve done a very good job over the years convincing the public and the bad guys that there are more of us than there actually are,” said Crabtree. “[The bad guys] have figured out that there are not.”

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