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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Recognitions of Valor Presented at County Commissioner Meeting

Pictured (L-R) Macon County Sheriff Robert Holland, School Bud Driver Alice Bradley, Deputy Audrey B. Parrish, Deputy Anthony Hopkins, Deputy Blake Buchanan, Sgt Mike Langley, Corporal Jonathan Phillips and Deputy Director of the NC Center for Safer Schools Mike Anderson
Pictured (L-R) Macon County Sheriff Robert Holland, School Bus Driver Alice Bradley, 
Deputy Audrey B. Parrish, Deputy Anthony Hopkins, Deputy Blake Buchanan, 
Sgt Mike Langley, Corporal Jonathan Phillips and 
Deputy Director of the NC Center for Safer Schools Mike Anderson

Last night, at the October 13th meeting of the Macon County Commissioners, Alice Bradley and several members of the Macon County Sheriff's Office were recognized for their actions in the predawn hours of June 4, 2015 outside South Macon Elementary School. [South Macon Press Conference] First, the Macon County Commissioners recognized them, then Mike Anderson, the Deputy Director of the NC Center for Safer Schools, recognized them on behalf of Pat McCrory, the Governor of North Carolina, and Frank Perry, the Secretary of the Department of Public Safety. Sgt Mike Langley also presented Alice Bradley with a black baseball bat with the appreciation of the Macon County Sheriff's Office.

A video of these events is embedded below.





Recognition of Valor




Additional Coverage of this story from other media outlets: (others added as they go to press)

WLOS-TV  (Oct 14, 2015)

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