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The Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office is aggressively seeking applicants for the position of Auxiliary Sheriff's Deputy.  The Sheriff's Office provides its citizens with a continuous, high level of professional law enforcement by drawin on its deputy's training, experience, skills, and specialty knowledge.

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When on duty, the auxiliary
A criminal activity report was recently taken by the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office for an attempted fraud in which a citizen was contacted by an unknown suspect.  The suspect claimed to be a Lieutenant with the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office and claimed to be owed a past due loan amount of $1,800.00.  The citizen received multiple calls from the suspect over several days
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NBC sold out of advertising spots for Feb. 5 game; Advertisers booking longer spots to showcase their creativity
After customer backlash, Verizon Wireless drops plan to charge for every payment subscribers make over the phone or online
Carmaker recalling more than 4,000 of its 2012 Chevrolet Sonic subcompact cars to check for missing brake pads
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President Obama was casting his ballot early for the upcoming midterm elections when Mike Jones, a local voter, told him: “Don't touch my girlfriend.” Scott Pelley reports.
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The Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office is aggressively seeking applicants for the position of Auxiliary Sheriff's Deputy.  The Sheriff's Office provides its citizens with a continuous, high level of professional law enforcement by drawin on its deputy's training, experience, skills, and specialty knowledge.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

When on duty, the auxiliary
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