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By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

LAKELAND, GA (WALB) –A south Georgia sheriff's office is selling seized property.

The Lanier County Sheriff's Office is accepting bids on these cars, four wheelers, and an SUV.

They were seized from drug dealers.

The money the sheriff's office gets will go to their drug fund for weapons, training and vehicles to go after drug dealers.

"I think more agencies should do it," said Lanier County Sheriff Nick Norton. "It shows the drug dealers there are consequences for their actions."

You have until Friday to place a bid. Call the sheriff's office at 482-3545 for more information.


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