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Monday, April 23, 2018

This letter is to express my support for Tony Williams as sheriff of Pitt County. I have known Tony for almost his entire life as we are both lifelong residents of the Black Jack community. I have always found him to be a man who cares deeply for his country, county, and community. He demonstrates exemplary character and considers his devotion to God and family the bedrock and foundation in prioritizing all decisions he makes.

Tony has served as a member of the sheriff’s department for over 20 years. Part of that time his duties involved serving as a school resource officer. This special service gives Tony a unique perspective as to what will be the most effective ways to coordinate with the school system to help keep our schools and students safe and secure.

In closing, two of Tony’s strongest assets are his tremendous positive attitude and his natural tendency to be highly self-motivated. Because of this, the sheriff’s department, under his watch will be one that contains a highly motivated and effective staff who will be dedicated to providing the citizens of Pitt County with unprecedented honest, fair and efficient law enforcement.

Benjie Forrest

Black Jack

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