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A helpful Armadillo

August 19, 2014
Leader Herald

The Fulton County Board of Supervisors is considering purchasing a $50,000 Armadillo Crime Deterrence Vehicle to help reduce crime. County Administrative Officer Jon Stead's proposal says the purpose of the Armadillo is to deter crime by recording activity near "habitual problem residences" or sections of a community. Stead told the Board of Supervisors the retrofitted military vehicle would be made available to all of the county's police agencies. He also warned that if his plan is rejected by county supervisors, "crime and other nuisance activity such as vandalism will continue to escalate within neighborhoods in Fulton County."

 
 

 

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