Police Chief Laura Fahnestock talks with a Fuquay-Varina resident the morning of Friday, April 1. She and her officers hold “Coffee with a Cop” about every two months at various local eateries.
Police Chief Laura Fahnestock talks with a Fuquay-Varina resident the morning of Friday, April 1. She and her officers hold “Coffee with a Cop” about every two months at various local eateries. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Police Chief Laura Fahnestock talks with a Fuquay-Varina resident the morning of Friday, April 1. She and her officers hold “Coffee with a Cop” about every two months at various local eateries. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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