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Jackson-Vinton FB $2,500 Reward Program pays off

First Posted: 11:44 am - January 8th, 2018 - Views

This Farm Bureau member benefit provided a $2,500 reward to a person in Jackson County who assisted with the conviction of a felony after a theft at Rowdy’s Smokehouse. Pictured from left to right: Jackson County Prosecutor Justin Lovett, Senior Organization Director Kim Harless, Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau President Tami Call, Rowdy’s Representative Kyle Picard, and Sgt. Scott Conley with the Jackson City Police Department.
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This Farm Bureau member benefit provided a $2,500 reward to a person in Jackson County who assisted with the conviction of a felony after a theft at Rowdy’s Smokehouse. Pictured from left to right: Jackson County Prosecutor Justin Lovett, Senior Organization Director Kim Harless, Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau President Tami Call, Rowdy’s Representative Kyle Picard, and Sgt. Scott Conley with the Jackson City Police Department.

This Farm Bureau member benefit provided a $2,500 reward to a person in Jackson County who assisted with the conviction of a felony after a theft at Rowdy’s Smokehouse. Pictured from left to right: Jackson County Prosecutor Justin Lovett, Senior Organization Director Kim Harless, Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau President Tami Call, Rowdy’s Representative Kyle Picard, and Sgt. Scott Conley with the Jackson City Police Department.
https://www.rurallifetoday.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/56/2018/01/web1_SE-reward-standalone-photo-pro.jpgThis Farm Bureau member benefit provided a $2,500 reward to a person in Jackson County who assisted with the conviction of a felony after a theft at Rowdy’s Smokehouse. Pictured from left to right: Jackson County Prosecutor Justin Lovett, Senior Organization Director Kim Harless, Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau President Tami Call, Rowdy’s Representative Kyle Picard, and Sgt. Scott Conley with the Jackson City Police Department.
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