Deputy Rich Menendez of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, watches the monitor while activating the motorized robot via remote control during an exhibition of the BCSO's new bomb squad gear. The equipment and training was paid for through $530,000 in federal and state grants.
Deputy Rich Menendez of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, watches the monitor while activating the motorized robot via remote control during an exhibition of the BCSO's new bomb squad gear. The equipment and training was paid for through $530,000 in federal and state grants.
Deputy Rich Menendez of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, watches the monitor while activating the motorized robot via remote control during an exhibition of the BCSO's new bomb squad gear. The equipment and training was paid for through $530,000 in federal and state grants.

Sheriff's Office adds a bomb squad; FBI accredits it

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