CCSO Holds First Community Information Event
About two dozen people showed up last night at the Centerview Ruritain Building for the first “Keeping the Community Involved” event with the Cocke County Sheriff’s office. Sheriff CJ Ball along with Sergeant Jessica Butler and Deputy Bryce Pickens were on hand to answer citizens questions and concerns. The main topics discussed last night were about the animal shelter situation in the county, allowing alcoholics anonymous into the Cocke County detention center and residents had general questions about several scams that have recently led to many residents in East Tennessee to lose a lot of money. The sheriff’s department’s advice is to not give money to anyone without checking them out first…and you can always call the sheriff’s office if you have a concern about a potential scam.
The next two “Keeping The Community Involved” events with the sheriff’s office have been scheduled.
Tuesday, November 1st: Cosby Volunteer Fire Department Main Station off Cosby Hwy at 7pm
Monday, December 5th: Del Rio Community Center, 7pm