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Sheriff's Association wants to give rewards

September 7, 2007

Dougherty County-- The Georgia Sheriff's Association has announced it plans to reward people across Georgia who supply information on dogfighting charges. The Association says it will offer rewards of up to twenty-five hundred dollars for information leading to a conviction on dogfighting charges. Dougherty County Sheriff Jamil Saba hopes the reward will help put an end to dogfighting statewide.  
"I am sure there is a lot of dogfighting going on in the state of georgia, and the twenty-five hundred dollar reward I think will bring up some information, I hope it does, because we need to do something about it" said Dougherty County Sheriff Jamil Saba.

The Association decided to offer the rewards in response to the highly publicized Michael Vick case.




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