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Richmond County Sheriff’s Office gifts Christmas presents to honor lost loved ones



On Thursday morning, Dec. 22, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office’s Community Services Division remembered homicide victims by giving families some much needed Christmas cheer.

Parents, friends and guardians came one by one on behalf of 23 children to receive presents from the Westside Precinct...

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  1. What a heartwarming and caring gesture. Thank you Lt. Lucas Grant, and your elf’s, for your thoughtfulness. Caring gestures like this will help healing hurts/heartache and ill feelings…may your kindness come back two-fold.
    My prayer is, we will all continue this act of kindness in our daily lives to help rid selfishness/self-gratification.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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