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Sheriff’s Office serving leftovers as part of Relay for Life

DSCF1217The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office has recently been serving leftovers to businesses in the area.

To be more precise, a leftover patrol car has been making the rounds in the county. The old car was decorated by Amye Stivender and Danielle Strickland in preparation of the upcoming American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, which will occur on May 10 and 11. Once the decoration process was completed, the vehicle started the process of being towed to area businesses.

Once the vehicle is dropped off, the business owner is required to either pay a $10 removal fee; a $20 removal and “re-gift” fee; or a $30 fee to remove, re-gift, and to never have it come back to your business. All funds will be going to Relay for Life.

On the weekend of March 16 and 17, the patrol car was parked at the Dixie Plaza Shopping Center on Bells Highway. It was then moved to the Law Office of Hetric, Harvin, and Bonds at 125 South Walter Street. It has since been located at South Carolina Bank and Trust at 520 North Jefferies Boulevard, Mitchell Construction Company at 1807 Hampton Street, Edward Jones at 304 Jefferies Boulevard, the Flower Barn at 840 South Jefferies Blvd.

Sheriff Andy Strickland’s Secretary Donna Lamb said that, since the project began, things have been going very well. “So far, we have been very happy with the outcome,” she said.

Anyone who would like the patrol car to be moved to a particular location, contact Donna at (843) 549-2211, extension 2004.