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    Durham Police Chief C.J. Davis responds to a question about why the Durham County Sheriff's Office charged people with weapon violations, and how the DPD plans to respond in the future.

Durham Police Chief C.J. Davis responds to a question about why the Durham County Sheriff's Office charged people with weapon violations, and how the DPD plans to respond in the future. Virginia Bridges vbridges@heraldsun.com
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