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Jackson Co. Police Open Stations To Complete Online Transactions
Updated March 31, 2015 9:29 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(JACKSON CO.) - Jackson County residents buying, selling or trading items online can now use the lobbies of two police stations to complete those transactions.

Instead of meeting at an unknown person's home or vehicle, Sheriff Mike Carothers and Seymour Police Chief Bill Abbott announced they will offer the Jackson County Sheriff's Department in Brownstown and the Seymour Police Department as safer environments for those exchanges to take place.

"This is a location where it will be monitored, and there's video of everything," Carothers told the Seymour Tribune. "We won't be completely aware of what the transaction is, but at least there will be a set of eyes watching."



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