Washington considering reducing police department

By JOSH TROY THE PRESS REGISTER,

Law enforcement moving back to city hall

FRIARS POINT — The Friars Point Police Department is facing a $99,000 deficit and Mayor James Washington responded by suggesting to reduce the three-person department to a night watchman during Tuesday’s city council meeting.

 
 
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