Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner speaks about ways that the community and law enforcement can work together to minimize crime during a forum Wednesday at St. Helena Elementary School. Tanner says that in addition to using a "mob law" that will allow his office and the Solicitor's Office to subpoena reluctant or uncooperative witnesses of violent crime, he will pitch a county ordinance that would cost nusiance businesses their license.
Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner speaks about ways that the community and law enforcement can work together to minimize crime during a forum Wednesday at St. Helena Elementary School. Tanner says that in addition to using a "mob law" that will allow his office and the Solicitor's Office to subpoena reluctant or uncooperative witnesses of violent crime, he will pitch a county ordinance that would cost nusiance businesses their license. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette
Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner speaks about ways that the community and law enforcement can work together to minimize crime during a forum Wednesday at St. Helena Elementary School. Tanner says that in addition to using a "mob law" that will allow his office and the Solicitor's Office to subpoena reluctant or uncooperative witnesses of violent crime, he will pitch a county ordinance that would cost nusiance businesses their license. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette

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