The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has several positive stories to share about how the community has been a support to their work. From donations of concentrated liquid agent to hand sanitizer to pizzas, the Franklin County community has been a huge blessing to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.
On Thursday, April 2, Deidra Nininger from Allied Termite and Pets Control, Boones Mill, stopped by the sheriff’s office and donated several gallons of a concentrated liquid agent rated to kill viruses.
Captain Erik said, “This is a huge asset to our office. As the global pandemic continues, medical, first responders and law enforcement entities will run low on the necessary PPE and cleaning ingredients needed to keep work areas safe. We thank Allied and the entire staff for thinking of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office during this time.”
Additionally, Twin Creek Distillery brought a case of hand sanitizer to the sheriff’s office.
Sergeant Greg Talley said,” Converting their normal production to create sanitizer proved to be a huge benefit for us. As we continue to do our job, we have run low on these type supplies. This puts our supply back to standard for a while. Thanks to Twin Creek Distillery for their generosity.”
Lastly, Domino’s Pizza Co-General Manager Koddie Wickline dropped by and presented Lieutenant Justin Hylton a gift of ten pizzas.
Hylton stated, “We are seeing a tremendous community spirit and we are humbled. Thanks to Koddie and all the great Domino’s staff for this kind gift.”