Letter: Sheriff clearly cares about his deputies, public at large


Thank God for Sheriff Felici. He obviously cares about his deputies and public at large.

I sincerely hope he’s not stolen and taken to Seattle to clean up the CHOP, and even more thankful that he will stand beside his deputies to ensure they have the tools to ensure they are safe in a deadly confrontation.

With the illegal drug situation like it is our law enforcement officers are in danger every time they respond to a call.

Thanks to our sheriff they are not being disarmed of one of their tools to protect themselves and us the citizens they have sworn to protect.

Felici for governor!

James O’Connor

Oak Harbor

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