Dale County Sheriff's Office boosts patrol capacity with new deputies

By Christina Faulkner

In a unanimous decision, the Dale County Commission recently greenlit a pivotal request from Dale County Sheriff Mason Bynum, unanimously approving the addition of four new patrol deputies to the Dale County Sheriff's Office. The commission's decision, announced at the meeting held on Tuesday, January 23, underscores a commitment to enhancing law enforcement capabilities and addressing the growing needs of the community.

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