Response vehicle

Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department now has a mobile unit that can be used for multiple purposes, including major crimes, disaster response, among others. The vehicle is equipped with cameras, communications equipment, auxiliary lighting, DNA collection and other crime scene investigation tools, among numerous other items. “This is a lot better for the sheriff’s department — to have everything we need right there,” said Sheriff Randall Aliff, left. Also pictured is Chief Deputy C.S. Parker. The unit was donated by the Mullens Fire Department and Aliff lauded the efforts of Chad Cox, fire department chief, and Earl Mongeni, also with the fire department. The vehicle will also be used during upcoming DUI traffic stops, Aliff said. A crime scene investigative team is being organized, Aliff said. Deputies have volunteered for the unit and are undergoing crime scene investigation training provided by Sgt. Teddy Riffe and county Prosecutor Rick Staton.

Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department now has a mobile unit that can be used for multiple purposes, including major crimes, disaster response, among others. The vehicle is equipped with cameras, communications equipment, auxiliary lighting, DNA collection and other crime scene investigation tools, among numerous other items. “This is a lot better for the sheriff’s department — to have everything we need right there,” said Sheriff Randall Aliff, left. Also pictured is Chief Deputy C.S. Parker. The unit was donated by the Mullens Fire Department and Aliff lauded the efforts of Chad Cox, fire department chief, and Earl Mongeni, also with the fire department. The vehicle will also be used during upcoming DUI traffic stops, Aliff said. A crime scene investigative team is being organized, Aliff said. Deputies have volunteered for the unit and are undergoing crime scene investigation training provided by Sgt. Teddy Riffe and county Prosecutor Rick Staton.

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