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Writing "In God We Trust" on his cars and trying to buy loyalty and silence with arbitrary raises and position reclassifications will only keep maligned staff quiet for a short while.
Writing "In God We Trust" on his cars and trying to buy loyalty and silence with arbitrary raises and position reclassifications will only keep maligned staff quiet for a short while.
 
I had the opportunity to talk with Michael Sheppard a couple of days ago to see if he could add anything to the article I wrote about Sheriff Coleman being untruthful on the witness stand in front of a federal judge.
I had the opportunity to talk with Michael Sheppard a couple of days ago to see if he could add anything to the article I wrote about Sheriff Coleman being untruthful on the witness stand in front of a federal judge.
 
I have been following the Sheppard case and the Franks case the last couple of years with a somewhat dispassionate interest. The wheels of justice grind and they do grind slow.
 
First, the Sheriff cannot shift members of the Office to different positions without budgetary approval from the Commissioners.
First, the Sheriff cannot shift members of the Office to different positions without budgetary approval from the Commissioners.
 
Harry W. Meredith, Jr., retired Chief Deputy of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, today announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Beaufort County. Meredith hopes to be elected to replace retiring Sheriff R. Alan Jordan, with whom he served for 13 years.
Harry W. Meredith, Jr., retired Chief Deputy of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, today announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Beaufort County. Meredith hopes to be elected to replace retiring Sheriff R. Alan Jordan, with whom he served for 13 years.
 
After a distinguished career serving the citizens of North Carolina, Chief Deputy Harry W. Meredith, Jr. has retired.
After a distinguished career serving the citizens of North Carolina, Chief Deputy Harry W. Meredith, Jr. has retired.
 
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