Ga. sheriff's office wants its badges back


By Megan Matteucci
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — The Clayton County Sheriff's fugitive squad is searching for more than 100 sheriff's badges held by people who aren't legally allowed to carry them.

"We've only gotten one back," said Lt. Brian Crisp, squad commander. Arrest warrants will be issued if they aren't returned, Sheriff Kem Kimbrough said.

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