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I noticed the PIO left out the fact that a number of Covington Police officers were there to assist them in the apprehension along with Georgia State Patrol. This article makes it look like NCSO did it all, but it was a team effort among several agencies.
The Sheriff's Office did NOT obtain national certification. There is no such thing. They did, however, receive State Certiifcation through the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police.
So what is wrong with giving it to Cotton if he is qualified to have the position? The City could do a lot worse!
Will, you are correct. Placing campaign signs on the right-of-way or utility poles is a violation. Playing by the rules doesn't apply to Sigman, remember? The reason the signs weren't very high should be obvious.
Unfortunately, Sigman is grasping at straws. He couldn't "steal" the election and got caught doing it. Now he is making empty promises he can't fulfill. I hope the voters in Covington are smart enough to see what he is trying to do. It will be a rough 4 years if he is elected next week.
I noticed that Mr. Sigman did not apologize to the Covington Police Department after accusing them of being part of a conspiracy to discredit him. I think he owes them an apology also, as well as his family and friends.
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