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Former Tega Cay police sergeant Anthony White was laid to rest Saturday after hundreds of visitors, including members of law enforcement, gathered for his funeral in Lake Wylie. York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson and members of the Tega Cay Police Department and the York County Sheriff's Office attended. Tracy Kimball
Former Tega Cay police sergeant Anthony White was laid to rest Saturday after hundreds of visitors, including members of law enforcement, gathered for his funeral in Lake Wylie. York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson and members of the Tega Cay Police Department and the York County Sheriff's Office attended. Tracy Kimball

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