Sampson’s finest earn MADD Awards


Sampson County Sheriff’s officers were honored at the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Awards banquet on May 2 in Hope Mills. Two deputies were recognized at the event for their DWI arrests in 2016, including Deputy Chris Hardison, left, for his 19 DWI arrests last year and Deputy Tyler Cox with 16 DWI arrests. “I am extremely proud of these officers and their proactive efforts in removing impaired drivers from the roadways in Sampson County,” Sheriff Jimmy Thornton said.


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Pictured at the MADD Awards, from left, are: Deputy Chris Hardison, Deputy Tyler Cox, Sgt. Ed Vann, Chief Deputy Allen Autry and Capt. Kenneth Cannady.


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Sampson County Sheriff’s officers were honored at the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Awards banquet on May 2 in Hope Mills. Two deputies were recognized at the event for their DWI arrests in 2016, including Deputy Chris Hardison, left, for his 19 DWI arrests last year and Deputy Tyler Cox with 16 DWI arrests. “I am extremely proud of these officers and their proactive efforts in removing impaired drivers from the roadways in Sampson County,” Sheriff Jimmy Thornton said.

Pictured at the MADD Awards, from left, are: Deputy Chris Hardison, Deputy Tyler Cox, Sgt. Ed Vann, Chief Deputy Allen Autry and Capt. Kenneth Cannady.

Sampson County Sheriff’s officers were honored at the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Awards banquet on May 2 in Hope Mills. Two deputies were recognized at the event for their DWI arrests in 2016, including Deputy Chris Hardison, left, for his 19 DWI arrests last year and Deputy Tyler Cox with 16 DWI arrests. “I am extremely proud of these officers and their proactive efforts in removing impaired drivers from the roadways in Sampson County,” Sheriff Jimmy Thornton said.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_MADD-1.jpgSampson County Sheriff’s officers were honored at the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Awards banquet on May 2 in Hope Mills. Two deputies were recognized at the event for their DWI arrests in 2016, including Deputy Chris Hardison, left, for his 19 DWI arrests last year and Deputy Tyler Cox with 16 DWI arrests. “I am extremely proud of these officers and their proactive efforts in removing impaired drivers from the roadways in Sampson County,” Sheriff Jimmy Thornton said. Courtesy photo

Pictured at the MADD Awards, from left, are: Deputy Chris Hardison, Deputy Tyler Cox, Sgt. Ed Vann, Chief Deputy Allen Autry and Capt. Kenneth Cannady.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_MADD-2.jpgPictured at the MADD Awards, from left, are: Deputy Chris Hardison, Deputy Tyler Cox, Sgt. Ed Vann, Chief Deputy Allen Autry and Capt. Kenneth Cannady. Courtesy photo
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