Deputies teach Boy Scouts crime prevention


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Logan County Sheriff Deputies D.J. Miller and J.A. Lyall pose with several Boy Scouts at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Saturday.


LOGAN, W.Va. — Logan County Sheriff Deputies D.J. Miller and J.A. Lyall shared their crime prevention knowledge with the Boy Scouts of America Saturday, March 5.

The deputies taught classes to Boy Scouts of America members on Fingerprinting and Crime Prevention at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College.

“This is a great opportunity to have law enforcement interact positively with our youth while helping them to learn about law enforcement and their community,” Sheriff Sonya M Dingess Porter said. “It is a pleasure to always help our Boy Scouts out when they are earning their Boy Scout badges. These are a great group of young men and our future leaders. Congratulations gentlemen on your accomplishments!”

Logan County Sheriff Deputies D.J. Miller and J.A. Lyall pose with several Boy Scouts at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Saturday.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_deputies_scouts-CMYK.jpgLogan County Sheriff Deputies D.J. Miller and J.A. Lyall pose with several Boy Scouts at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College Saturday.

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