The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has recently received support from Keller Williams Realty and Strong Tower Ministries. The FCSO is so appreciative for the abundance of support during these difficult times, and would like to share pictures and details of the generosity they have received. Also, members of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office led a drive-by past the home of 13-year-old Brianne Witcher in honor of her birthday.
Keller Williams Realty Donates to Sheriff’s Office
Keller Williams Realty, located in Westlake, donated comfort stuffed animals to be used when Franklin County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrive at situations where a child needs emotional assistance.
Keller Williams Realty also gifted other law enforcement and public safety agencies as a part of their REDDAY campaign on Thursday, May 14th. Their agents held a food collection drive for community food pantries. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Keller Williams Realty for their kind gift that will help deputies to handle sensitive issues on some of their calls.
Strong Tower Ministries Visits Franklin County Sheriff’s Office
Deck Hardee of Strong Tower Ministries stopped into the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, May 14th, and gifted everyone with coffee, PPE masks, and other items. Strong Tower Ministries reaches out to law enforcement, public safety, and military personnel suffering from PTSD.
Thank you to this great group for the wonderful gift. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office appreciates the wonderful service that Strong Tower Ministries provides for the community.
Sheriff’s Office Participates in 13-Year-Old Brianne Witcher’s Birthday Drive-By
Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Lewis Wimmer, Sergeant Keith Grantham, and Sergeant Chris Johnson led a parade of family and friends past the home of Brianne Witcher’s in honor of her 13th birthday.
Happy Birthday, Brianne! To see a video of the drive-by, click HERE.
Protecting Your Vehicle and Personal Property
The Office of the Sheriff wants to remind everyone to be proactive in deterring vehicle break-ins and loss of personal property from their vehicles. As the warmer weather is upon us, the additional vehicle traffic and outside activities have picked up. Families are enjoying time at local parks, walking around town, and various other activities.
Whenever you leave your vehicle, remember to (1) Lock your car doors with the windows up, (2) Remove or hide valuables, (3) Park in a well-lit and visible area, and (4) Invest in an anti-theft system. Following these suggestions may decrease your chances of vehicle break-ins!