Sheriff's Deputies and Local Law Enforcement take part in Thanksgiving Dinner Deliveries

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thanks giving ccso 2013For 22 years, volunteers from area churches have teamed up with St. Luke's United Methodist Church forming Neighbors United To Serve (N.U.T.S.). Their primary purpose is to prepare Thanksgiving meals for those who might otherwise go without. Those meals are then delivered by volunteer local police officers, Maryland State Troopers, Deputy Sheriffs along with their family and friends from throughout Caroline County.

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Caroline County Sheriff’s Office to administer breath tests of suspected impaired drivers.

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Sgt. Phil Dixon Sheriff's Office Intoximeter SupervisorA new Intoximeter instrument was installed at the Caroline County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) on October 28th. This came after a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Maryland State Police and the Sheriff's Office in which the Sheriff's Office becomes a part of the State of Maryland Alcohol Testing Program. As such, the CCSO will conduct breath tests of drivers suspected of operating motor vehicles while impaired by alcohol.

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Deputies participate in 2013 Law Enforcement Torch Run

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Special Olympics Caroline County Sheriff's OfficeCaroline County Sheriff Randy Bounds and other deputies with the Caroline County Sheriff's Office walked or participated with local citizens and allied law enforcement agencies to benefit those children associated with the Special Olympics.

Easton Police Department relayed the torch through Talbot County to members of Queen Anne's County, for its final destination at Towson University to kick of the annual Maryland Special Olympics festivities. The Town of Easton hosted over 60 athletes as well as local law enforcement to participate in various run, walk, and bike routes through the Town of Easton.

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Sheriff's Office attends Ground Breaking for Future Improvements to Caroline Veterans Monument

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Caroline Sheriff and Caroline Veterans Ground Breaking CeromonyOn June 6th, 2013, the Caroline Veterans Memorial Steering Committee and supporters gathered around the Memorial Monument dedicated to Caroline County Military Veterans.

This day (June 6th) was the anniversary of the Allied invasion of northern France, code named D-Day, General Fretterd, the Caroline County Commissioners, and distinguished Veterans gathered to "break ground" for the new improvements to the local Memorial. Sheriff Randy Bounds and Captain James Henning attended the memorial ceremony to show their support for this very noble project undertaken by the committee.

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National Sheriff's Association recognizes National Missing Children's Day

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National Sheriff's Association and Caroline County Sheriff's OfficeThe National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) and the 3,083 elected sheriffs nationwide, expressed their strong support for recognizing May 25th as National Missing Children’s Day, as well as support for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) Take 25 Initiative.

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