Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jerry Hoffman unlocks a door for a tour group going through the Moss Justice Center on Sunday. The law enforcement center was opened to voters to examine the facility needs ahead of a $90 million bond vote on Nov. 3.
Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jerry Hoffman unlocks a door for a tour group going through the Moss Justice Center on Sunday. The law enforcement center was opened to voters to examine the facility needs ahead of a $90 million bond vote on Nov. 3. Bristow Marchant bmarchant@heraldonline.com
Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jerry Hoffman unlocks a door for a tour group going through the Moss Justice Center on Sunday. The law enforcement center was opened to voters to examine the facility needs ahead of a $90 million bond vote on Nov. 3. Bristow Marchant bmarchant@heraldonline.com

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