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April 27, 2014 7:23 PM

Beaufort County sheriff requests staff attorney, DNA analyst to cut backlogs

The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office wants to hire an attorney and another DNA analyst to help reduce case and evidence backlogs. Months-long backlogs are slowing investigations and bogging down deputies in courtroom proceedings, according to Sheriff P.J. Tanner.

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