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Ala. police receive communications grant

The $20,744 grant will buy five new APX 6000 portable radios, chargers and extra batteries for use by the Sardis Police Department


By Benjamin Nunnally 
The Gadsden Times 

SARDIS CITY, Ala. — A grant from the Department of Homeland Security will give Sardis City police officers communications equipment with better range and compatibility with other Etowah agencies.

"It's a win for the county," said Deputy Chief Michael Barton of the Etowah County Sheriff's Office, who announced the grant at Tuesday's County Commission meeting.

The $20,744 grant will buy five new APX 6000 portable radios, chargers and extra batteries for use by the Sardis Police Department, according to Chief James Harp.

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