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Davison County Awarded Money For Drug Control

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The Davison County Sheriff’s Office is receiving $21,500 to purchase mobile video units to be used in drug investigations.

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley says the money comes from the Drug Control Fund, which assists local law enforcement departments in drug control and apprehension purposes.

Jackley says the fund helps law enforcement officers protect communities from crime using from money taken from criminal activity.

Davison County Sheriff Steve Brink says the new video equipment fleet will make it easier and more efficient for deputies to collect evidence, both video and audio.

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