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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Sheriff Ana Franklin purchased two new SUV's

Sheriff Ana Franklin purchased two new $50,000.00 SUV's one went to her pal Zevitt and one will be used for corrections going back and forth to the courthouse.  The deputies are driving much older vehicles, such as the 2012 Crown Vic's and SUV's.

Our sources tell us that Franklin made it clear she did not give a damn about the deputies.  Maybe that is why she has lost two good deputies in the past three weeks.  Franklin has never put the road deputies first.  They are treated like second class citizens.  Many still do not have dash or lapel cameras.  They are poorly equipped to respond the incidents because of the sheriff's neglect.




9 comments:

  1. Did she buy those 2 new SUV's from Lynn Layton or Jeff Layton?

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  2. Who gives a shit if she bought it from Jeff or Lynn Layton??? What's you're point .

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  3. C'mon man, don't you know if the sheriff does anything, it MUST be bad. At least it has to be spun into something negative to satisfy Glenda's sick obsession.

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  5. She wanted a new one for her ride to court.

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  6. Why does her buddy zivett deserve a new truck before the deputies needs.

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  8. If Ana had given the SUV's to a deputy it would have been the wrong ones according to Glenda.

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  9. I do not believe it would have been the wrong ones. Is Zivit not a Deputy? Surprised he is after his sexual complaints that Ana swept under the rug. I bet Glenda would like to talk to those who filed those complaints. Ana swept them under the rug but I bet others would not if the ladies would come forward! I don't think any employee of the Sheriffs Office needs $47,000 dollars of tax payer money spent on a vehicle. But the road guys in the county should be well equipped as the front line is who does a great deal of the work and sacrifice of the Sheriffs Office. That money could be used to hire more jailers so they would be adequately manned in the jail or real training for these undertrained deputies and jailers.

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