Charlottesville Police Clarify Amount Of Military Equipment Received

‘Militarization’ not the norm in Mendocino County – The Willits News

22, 2014 Figures released this week showed Charlottesville Police received nearly 100 5.56 millimeter rifles from the military. In fact, the Charlottesville Police Department only received 14. The database also showed the city receiving 40 pieces of night vision equipment, when in actuality they never received any. CBS19 is looking into why the discrepancy from the Department of Defense. McDonnell Corruption Trial Summary Tablets in the Classroom, Charlottesville Schools Look to the Future The comments sections of Newsplex.com are designed for thoughtful, intelligent conversation and debate. We want to hear from our viewers, but we ask that you follow our rules for commenting. E-mail is required to comment on a story, but it will not be displayed with your comment.
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Nature Vision partners with city to run preschool at Farrel-McWhirter – Redmond Reporter

Nature Vision will partner with the City of Redmond Parks and Recreation Department to run the preschool at Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park. - Andy Nystrom, Redmond Reporter

She said after they were selected, Nature Vision held a parent night to present their program to parents. People are pretty excited, Fitzpatrick said about the upcoming year. She added that the teachers seem easy to work with and are interested in parent feedback and working with them. For Fitzpatrick, that road goes both ways. Im pretty excited to work with them, she said. There are three classes offered through the Farrel-McWhirter preschool program: Creative Play, Pre-K Adventures and Preschool Adventures.
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“More people are armed with rifles today than ever before,” he said. He recalled the 2011 shooting of Fort Bragg resident Jeri Melo and the monthlong standoff between police and suspect Aaron Bassler. “Bassler had an AK47. We had to call in SWAT teams from elsewhere to come in and help,” Dewey said.
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