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St. Mary Parish Law Enforcement Receives New Piece Of Equipment

Sheriff Blaise Smith announced the arrival of a new piece of equipment at the St. Mary Parish Law Enforcement Center. Thursday morning, a boat wheelhouse was transported and offloaded at the LEC.
The wheelhouse was donated by Coral Marine Services in Amelia and will eventually be placed at the front gate to enhance security measures.
The wheelhouse was delivered by a truck owner/operator Joe Ramagos and offloaded with a crane provided and operated by John Davidson of D&D Weld/Fab Inc. in Centerville. It will be restored, painted, and equipped with spotlights and other equipment before being mounted on a permanent slab at the front gate.
Sheriff Smith said that the wheelhouse is another improvement in a long list of projects that have been completed and are ongoing at the LEC.
“This is another improvement for the overall security of the Law Enforcement Center. We also have the Civil Defense siren wired up, mounted on a pole, and are one step away from having it in operation. We have completed some cosmetic upgrades to the inside and new lines painted in the parking lot. The progress on the LEC has come a long way and is continuing. We are grateful for the people who have donated equipment and provided services in order to make these improvements a reality.”

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