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Rincon replacing four patrol cars
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Ken Baxley recites the oath of office, administered by Rincon Mayor Ken Lee, to be sworn in as a Rincon City Council member. Baxley a former council member, was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Ann Daniel. - photo by Photo by Pat Donahue
Rincon Police officers are getting four new patrol cars for their fleet — and they’re getting new computer software to boot.
City council members approved purchasing four Dodge Chargers to replace the same number of aging Ford Crown Victorias in the police department’s 16-vehicle fleet. Chief Mike Bohannon said four of the department’s Crown Victorias needed maintenance last weekend.
“This will bring the fleet up-to-date,” he said.
For the complete story, see the Friday Jan. 14 print edition of the Effingham Herald.