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Dealership gives $900 to NCSO

Special Photo. Owner Wendell Crowe of Covington Ford recently presented Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown with a check for $900 to be used to purchase Level III bullet proof vests for NCSO deputies. Looking on are Covington Ford employees as well as Deputy Wesley Atha, left, and Deputy James Trent, both of whom were recently injured in a shooting that inspired Atha's family to begin the fund for the new vests.

Special Photo. Owner Wendell Crowe of Covington Ford recently presented Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown with a check for $900 to be used to purchase Level III bullet proof vests for NCSO deputies. Looking on are Covington Ford employees as well as Deputy Wesley Atha, left, and Deputy James Trent, both of whom were recently injured in a shooting that inspired Atha's family to begin the fund for the new vests.

Owner Wendell Crowe of Covington Ford recently presented Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown with a check for $900 to be used to purchase Level III bullet proof vests for NCSO deputies. Looking on are Covington Ford employees as well as Deputy Wesley Atha, left, and Deputy James Trent, both of whom were recently injured in a shooting that inspired Atha's family to begin the fund for the new vests.