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Erwin High Students Lauded for Bravery
Erwin High Students Lauded for Bravery
Posted on 03/08/2016
Buncombe County Sheriff Van Duncan made a special presentation to two Clyde A. Erwin High School students today for their roles in capturing an armed robbery suspect last month at the Ingles gas station located at 575 New Leicester Highway. 
“It is just awesome when we see a couple of young men like Alex and Cameron step-up and protect people in the community,” said Sheriff Duncan. “They put themselves in personal danger but stepped up anyway and held on to this guy until the Sheriff’s office could get there.”
For additional information, the full release is available HERE
For photos of the Sheriff's presentation on social media, click HERE, or watch the entire event below.

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