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This Weeks FARA News
Twin Falls Police Can no Longer Respond to Some Burglar Alarms
Texas city to begin Drone as a First Responder program
Man charged for February attempted armed robbery of Columbia gas station
A dropped cell phone led Columbia Police to arrest a man for an armed robbery.
On February 23, 2023, someone pressed the panic alarm behind the counter at the Break Time on Smiley Lane
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