LOCAL MAN FINISHES U.S. MARINE CORPS TRAINING
Franklin County resident, Peyton Kerr, recently graduated from MCRD Parris Island after 13 weeks of intense training. He graduated as Honor Man from 3rd RTBN Kilo Company Platoon 3057. PFC Kerr is a third generation Marine.
Lt. Terry Dameron was able to escort Kerr along the road leading into his parents’ home. Dameron said, “It was a high moment of honor for me to be involved in this moment of Peyton’s life”
SHERIFF’S OFFICE ATTENDS FESTIVAL
The 18th Annual Warren Street Festival was held in Rocky Mount on Friday, August 16, 2019, where the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office was present. Deputies Coretta Hale and Zac Adkins had a table display up and were able to interact with all the folks that attended. It was a great evening as we honored Franklin County African-American history. Thanks to all who made this event possible. Great job!
DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE
The Office of the Sheriff reminds all Franklin County residents to don’t drive drunk, high or impaired. In partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and their Drive Sober of Get Pulled Over Campaign, we ask you to think about yourself and others on our highways before you get behind the wheel of a vehicle with impaired driving skills. Let’s all arrive home safe to our families.