Chapel Hill: Opinion

April 22, 2014 12:00 AM

Your letters, April 23

With extensive education and honors, eight years of military service both as a military police officer and soldier, over 22 years experience in local law enforcement, and sustained community service, David Caldwell comes with a strong experiential background to tackle the Orange County sheriff’s position.

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