Neb. sheriff seeks to replace aging squads


By Chabella Guzman
The Scottsbluff Star-Herald

Patrolling the wide-open spaces of Scotts Bluff County can really rack up the miles and put wear and tear on a car.

Scotts Bluff County Sheriff Mark Overman and his deputies know, since they put more than 20,000 miles on a patrol car a year. The oldest patrol car the department has is a 2006 Crown Victoria, which has more than 125,000 miles on it. It is one of two patrol cars — the other a 2008 Dodge Charger.

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