ECSO gets SKY high donation

  • Gene Robinson (left), Mario Cugini (center), Antonio Cugini (second from right) and Marc Langley (right) presented Erath County Sheriff Matt Coates with a drone and other equipment to help better protect lives in a meet-up on Jan. 20. The donation was facilitated through the Life in the Arena Foundation and the National Public Safety Drone Donation Program and partners, FoxFury Lighting Solutions and Loc8. | submitted photo
    Gene Robinson (left), Mario Cugini (center), Antonio Cugini (second from right) and Marc Langley (right) presented Erath County Sheriff Matt Coates with a drone and other equipment to help better protect lives in a meet-up on Jan. 20. The donation was facilitated through the Life in the Arena Foundation and the National Public Safety Drone Donation Program and partners, FoxFury Lighting Solutions and Loc8. | submitted photo
  • ECSO gets SKY high donation
    ECSO gets SKY high donation
  • Dublin Police Investigator Nanci Wilson and Chief Cameron Ray were present for the Jan. 20 presentations with Wilson being one of several to win a door prize. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
    Dublin Police Investigator Nanci Wilson and Chief Cameron Ray were present for the Jan. 20 presentations with Wilson being one of several to win a door prize. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
  • Marc Langley (above) and Gene Robinson (below) speak to first responders and guests during the Jan. 20 presentations at the National Health and Public Safety History Museum’s Knight Theater located upstairs. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
    Marc Langley (above) and Gene Robinson (below) speak to first responders and guests during the Jan. 20 presentations at the National Health and Public Safety History Museum’s Knight Theater located upstairs. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
  • ECSO gets SKY high donation
    ECSO gets SKY high donation
Erath County Sheriff’s Office’s newest asset is able to travel at 42 miles per hour and see from the sky. That’s because an estimated $5,000 in equipment, including a drone or unmanned aerial vehicle, was donated to the department on Jan.20 through the National Public Safety Drone Donation Program (NPSDDP) and partner agencies. “We’re extremely happy and excited about the donation,” said Erath…

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