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Upshur Sheriff address complaints about cruisers

February 21, 2013

Upshur County Sheriff Dave Coffman said he would remind his deputies about the policy prohibiting unauthorized people in patrol cruisers, but added he would only address complaints regarding his......

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Feb-22-13 7:58 AM

Former deputy Brady, now county commissioner admits to repeated/years of violating county commission policy and now he's a county commissioner. Is this a great country or what?

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Feb-22-13 7:55 AM

Not sure if the new sheriff Coffman is staking out his territory with the Upshur County Commission, but he should choose his battles carefully, he has to live with them another four years. Maybe "dialing it down" a couple of notches would be very helpful Dave.

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Feb-21-13 1:24 PM

Deputies need these cruisers to be kept at their residences while off duty in case of emergencies ... however, they should not be transporting civilians in those cruisers in any unofficial capacity ... you don't see folks dropping their kids off at school in milk trucks, garbage trucks, mail trucks, beer trucks, grocery trucks or company vehicles among others ... etc!!

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Feb-21-13 1:20 PM

"When I was a deputy, I didn't see a problem with dropping my son off at school (in the cruiser)," said Brady said. "If I was driving down the street and had an accident, it was my fault and I never would have thought about suing the County Commission." ... yea right!!

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