L.A. County to Send 112 Deputies to Inauguration
December 19, 2008
The narrow approval, although for far fewer than the 500 deputies first requested by Sheriff Lee Baca on behalf of the Washington, D.C., police, will still make the L.A. County department one of the largest contingents helping with crowd control and other duties at what are expected to be high-turnout festivities surrounding President-elect Barack Obama's swearing in.
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Rsahinbas @ 12/21/2008 8:02 AM
The DC police dont have enough people ?
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