Mammoth Police Department hires new officers

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The Mammoth Police Department has hired three new police officers. They are Steve Nash (not the basketball player), Jerry Locke and Kendall Drake.

The department has also received full approval for the K-9 Unit and kennel. The dog kennel will be a 10′ by 10′ block building within the fenced area next to the police station. It will have an electronic gate and the area will be monitored by security cameras.

Chief Marty McIntosh wanted to thank Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles and Dwight Fujimoto for helping the Mammoth Police Department with RICO funding for the K-9 project. The chief is also upgrading the department’s efficiency with two new computers which had been budgeted for this fiscal year.

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