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“The Sheriff’s View” (#130)
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 “The Sheriff’s View” (#130)     
T-minus one week until its back to the classroom for most of our local students but your sheriff gets a one week head start on them. Twice a year Missouri Sheriffs are mandated by statute to attend a conference and training seminar, so once again that time has arrived. For a majority of this week I will be out of town absorbing more knowledge and interacting with other Sheriffs to discuss matters encountered by this profession. As always, I am sure there will be plenty to share with you, which will be done in next week’s article. 

   As many of you know the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department has a Facebook page, which is an outlet to share information and stories with County residents and visitors. This page in intended to do nothing but share information, and “is not” to be considered an outlet to make contact with deputies or to make law enforcement reports. If you are in need of assistance or have additional issues for the Sheriff’s Department, please make use of a telephone and call (573) 774-6196, or visit this agency at 301 Historical 66 East in Waynesville. We ask this for many reasons but mostly due to State/Federal reporting requirements, along with being more expedient to your needs.
 
On Friday, many law enforcement officers throughout this State attended a funeral in Lebanon to say farewell to a friend and fellow officer, Missouri State Highway Corporal Neil Poynter. Corporal Poynter served this community and state for years, and made acquaintances with many individuals on both a personal and professional basis. He passed away last week at his home in Richland, and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. 

One topic that we have written about on many occasions is about how our elderly citizens are targeted by scamsters in efforts to deprive them of funds they have been earned from a life time of hard work and financial planning. Last year several local agencies worked a joint venture with Federal investigators to shut down and criminally prosecute a large internet, telephone and mail fraud ring. Resulting from this, three individuals were found guilty in Federal Court and are now serving jail sentences.

Later this week a media release will be made about several groups that have stolen large amounts of money from elderly individuals in Pulaski County. One of our reserve detectives took on these cases a while back and vigilantly investigated them to conclusion. Numerous arrests are being made as the result of this investigation, with the suspects headed to the courthouse. Your Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department takes all crimes serious but when our young or elderly citizens are victimized, we become even more passionate about our jobs.
 
On Friday Pulaski County had its first water fatality of the year, and hopefully the last. This is just a reminder to all that no matter how experienced you may be with our rivers and streams, safety precautions and practices need implemented to assure a safe return home. Enjoy our waterways and please be safe when doing so.                     

This concludes another week’s summary as your Pulaski County sheriff, and I hope to see you here again next week. For more information about the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and other related items of interest, please visit our website (www.pcsheriff2.com), or on Facebook.   
As always, stay safe and do something positive for your community.   
Sheriff Ronald Long