Help Restore Mamba
Fifth & Oak Autocrafts and Countywide Collision, Washington, donated material and labor on a project to restore a surplus Mamba armored carrier acquired by the sheriff’s department through the U.S. Department of Defense. The companies did body work and painted the vehicle. Other volunteers also worked on getting the vehicle in shape for use by the department’s Emergency Response Team (ERT).
Company employees kneeling in front, from left, are Norman Birke, Greg Brune, Elliot Alsop, Tom Alsop, owner, and Tim Meyer.
In the middle row, from left, are Monica Keeven, Holly Alsop, Cpl. T. J. Wild, Lt. Steve Elliott and Sgt. Tom Leasor, all with the sheriff’s office, and employees Randy Garrison and Matt Lincoln.
In the back row, from left, are Dave Ross Jr., Ken Menzel, Carl McGowan, George Haberberger and Jeff Dobsch. Not shown is Jake Cullen.
Posted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 5:00 pm
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has added a heavy-duty “tool” to its crime-fighting arsenal.
The department recently acquired a surplus Mamba armored vehicle through the U.S. Department of Defense.
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Wednesday, August 15, 2012 5:00 pm.