Armored Tactical Response Vehicle Given to Sheriff’s Office

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Armored Tactical Response Vehicle Given to Sheriff’s Office

Published on September 05, 2013 by Larry Crippen

The 100 Club of Houston is a non-profit organization that continues to grow through membership and donations supporting law enforcement agencies and firefighters by financial support to dependents of officers killed in the line of duty, life-protecting and special-needs equipment, and education.

At the Walker County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday, Sheriff Clint McCrae announced that his department received a special gift from the 100 Club at no cost to taxpayers . . . .

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It’s a $115,000 vehicle. Sheriff McRae said the vehicle can also be used by nearby counties in emergencies.

Later, standing outside and taking a look at the new tactical response vehicle, we talked with the Executive Director of the 100 Club, Rick Hartley . . . .

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