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Monthly Archives: September 2008

2008 Taxes get a face lift

The Sheriff Department has gone to great lengths to modernize the tax collection process for the 2008 period.  Along with the newly remodeled Sheriff’s office in the courthouse, the look and feel of the tax bill has also changed.  Gone …

“Shop with a Cop” Golf Outing a sucess

The annual “Shop with a Cop” fundraiser held at the Eagle Creek Country Club was a sucess.  Nearly $2000 was raised for the program that helps needy children shop for Christmas presents for their family.  For more information on how …

Deputy Lee Jacobs Recognized

Grant County Sheriff’s Deputy Lee Jacobs was honored with the Governor’s Award for Impaired Driving Enforcement for making the most driving under the influence arrests during 2007.

Jacobs has been a deputy since 2005. The sheriff’s department, comprised of 13 …

Neighborhood Watch Program Launches

Citizens unite for Crittenden Neighborhood Watch

By Rebecca Russo, Editorial Assistant

More than 50 people filled the Crittenden City Building on Thursday, March 13 to hear about the proposed Neighborhood Watch program for the Harvester’s subdivision in Crittenden. The crowd …

Deputy Receives Metal of Valor Honor

About 4:10 p.m. Thursday, deputies were dispatched to the jail on a report of an irate man in the lobby with a long gun.

As Maines, the first deputy on the scene, approached the jail, he saw Montgomery in the …

New School Resource Officer

The Grant County Sheriff Department is please to announce that Captain Roger Humphrey (K9) has moved into the Grant County High School as the SRO (School Resource Officer).  Deputy Rita Bierly (SRO) remains the SRO at the Grant County Middle …

“Nala” Joins the K-9 Force

Deputy Brian  Maines and his new partner “Nala” recently hit the streets becoming the third K-9 team in Grant County.…

Deputies Receive New Tasers

The Grant County Sheriff Department Deputies will now have an option when it comes to using deadly force or not.  The Taser X-26 taser has been chosen for issue to all …

Sheriff Department Receives $5000 Grant

The Grant County Sheriff Department has received a $5000 grant from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet office of Highway Safety for Highway Safety Enforcement.  This money will be used for extra patrols to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries.…

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