Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Updates

Recently, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office celebrated several milestones for the number of years that members of the sheriff’s office have served in law enforcement. Sheriff Overton said, “The number of years of service shown by these sheriff’s office members is an example of dedication that I am so grateful for.” Additionally, the sheriff’s office urges people to not drink and drive, especially during the holiday season, by partnering with the DMV #ActLikeItVA campaign.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Acknowledges More Services Honors

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office awarded several more employees with years of service awards on Monday, December 21st.

Deputy Jeff Holland hit the 5 year mark, and Deputy Mike Alford has dedicated 45 years in law enforcement with several agencies. Administrative Assistant Wanda Fralin celebrates 30 years of service. Captain Duane Amos has 20 years both with Roanoke City Sheriff’s Office and Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. Lastly, Lieutenant Justin Hylton celebrates his 15-year mark.

Sheriff Overton expressed his thanks to each member of the Office of the Sheriff honored on the 21st. “The number of years of service shown by these sheriff’s office members is an example of dedication that I am so grateful for. I congratulate each of you on how you have served and continue to serve the residents of Franklin County.”

L to R: Deputy Jeff Holland, Deputy Mike Alford, Sheriff Bill Overton, Administrative Assistant Wanda Fralin, Captain Duane Amos, and Lieutenant Justin Hylton.

L to R: Deputy Jeff Holland, Deputy Mike Alford, Sheriff Bill Overton, Administrative Assistant Wanda Fralin, Captain Duane Amos, and Lieutenant Justin Hylton.

 

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Reminds You that DUIs “Are Not Impressing Anyone”

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office advised motorists that Christmas and New Years are very festive times. Some say it is the most wonderful time of the year.

Don’t spoil it by drinking and driving. There is no bigger turn off than a DUI.

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There’s no bigger turn-off than a DUI.

There’s no bigger turn-off than a DUI.

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