Sheriff wants school board to pay bigger portion of Blackhurst’s salary
By Meaghan Downs
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 7:20 am (Updated: November 21, 7:32 am)
The sheriff’s office is requesting a reimbursement increase from the school board to continue its school resource officer program or it may have to pull the officer from the school, according to Anderson County Sheriff Troy Young.
Sheriff’s Office Deputy Paul Blackhurst currently serves as the county school resource officer at Anderson County High School, with the school board funding 25 percent of his salary.
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