Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner, right, and Bluffton Police Chief Joey Reynolds, back center, held a joint press conference Tuesday morning at Bluffton Oyster Co. Park to announce that Bluffton Police will join the multi-pronged environmental crimes unit in Beaufort County.
Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner, right, and Bluffton Police Chief Joey Reynolds, back center, held a joint press conference Tuesday morning at Bluffton Oyster Co. Park to announce that Bluffton Police will join the multi-pronged environmental crimes unit in Beaufort County. Drew Martin
Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner, right, and Bluffton Police Chief Joey Reynolds, back center, held a joint press conference Tuesday morning at Bluffton Oyster Co. Park to announce that Bluffton Police will join the multi-pronged environmental crimes unit in Beaufort County. Drew Martin

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