‘militarization’ Not The Norm In Mendocino County – The Willits News

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“They have a point; it creates a gap between you and the people you’re supposed to serve,” Dewey said. Dewey and Allman are part of what in Mendocino County is called the Gang of Five, a group representing the three city police departments, the sheriff’s department and the county’s fire departments. They get together regularly and decide what the needs are for the Homeland Security funding that comes through each year. Equipment and training they have paid for in the past few years includes: Upgrading radio repeaters at fire departments.
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Wiggs says they are paying closer attention to schools during their nightly patrols. According to school officials, the thieves have targeted more than a dozen schools costing the school district more than $800,000 in repairs. DeKalb County Police say they have not made any arrests in connection to the school copper thefts.
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Morey may still turn it down but if they’re scuffling at the deadline they’ll need to make a change. Jeff Green could help a lot of teams but his option makes it tough for some teams to commit to him. I think he’s probably opting out with the way contracts are going. I’d flip him for Bismack Biyombo and his Ben Wallace-esque defensive potential (seriously, look at his defensive numbers last season) plus Gary Neal to make the salaries work.
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