A group of volunteer peace officers in Smith County is still without equipment to fight crime.
They have not had a patrol car, weapons, money, and other crucial items since the beginning of this year. The group works at the constable's office in Winona. They say the previous constable took all their equipment and gave most, if not all, of it to the constable's office in Tyler.
Right now, the Reserve Constable Association is still working on seeking legal action against former Constable Charles Wilson.
Julie Tam, reporting. firstname.lastname@example.org
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