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The Verde Independent | Cottonwood, Arizona
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Camping ban now enforced at Cottonwood Walmart store
Police Chief Jody Fanning said Cottonwood began providing on-site patrol service at Walmart Monday, at the store's request,
Police Chief Jody Fanning said Cottonwood began providing on-site patrol service at Walmart Monday, at the store's request, "and it is planned to last two weeks as far as we know. This is an off-duty assignment so they pay each officer individually. We are using the YCSO off-duty pay which is $52 per hour." VVN/Vyto Starinskas
Cottonwood Sgt. and Public Information Officer Tod Moore said an officer is on site to enforce the ban and also to "ease the public concern for any safety issue they may feel."


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