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Grateful for help of Fredonia officers

January 8, 2014

Without help from two Fredonia Police officers, I may still be stuck inside my vehicle. I began my journey home from the office in Jamestown just before 1 a.m., surprised by how clear the roads wer....

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Jan-08-14 5:29 PM

Great exhabition of "Serve and Protect". Nice Job Ben and Amy. A real tribute to all the leadership, staff and training that goes on at FPD.

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Jan-08-14 1:35 PM

Good Job Officers!Glad that your good deed was acknowledged.

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Jan-08-14 1:28 PM

Can't believe they wouldn't let a tow truck out even if the police escorted it to the scene. Good job Fredonia Police.

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Jan-08-14 10:13 AM

Nice letter. Its outright appalling how many of the "lets-cut-the-payroll-& benefits-of-police-officers-&-firefighters in-the-name-of-lower-govt-spending -&-taxes" tend to forget how much we owe these selfless folks in uniform...very glad you showed first responders your appreciation.

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Jan-08-14 9:34 AM

We have some good folks in uniform around these parts,observed that sort of help more than once over the past few days.

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