The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office told the board of supervisors that it has temporarily terminated the use of body cameras by its deputies until recurring software issues can be resolved. Sheriff Hank Partin and Capt. Ed Hertling of the criminal investigation division explained Wednesday some of the issues that caused the department to quit […]
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