Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson, right, stands near Joel Munquia-Hernandez, one of dozens of Latino inmates being held in the Alamance County jail awaiting the deportation process in 2007. Gov. Pat McCrory recently awarded Johnson the Order of the Long Leaf Pine.
Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson, right, stands near Joel Munquia-Hernandez, one of dozens of Latino inmates being held in the Alamance County jail awaiting the deportation process in 2007. Gov. Pat McCrory recently awarded Johnson the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. TED RICHARDSON
Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson, right, stands near Joel Munquia-Hernandez, one of dozens of Latino inmates being held in the Alamance County jail awaiting the deportation process in 2007. Gov. Pat McCrory recently awarded Johnson the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. TED RICHARDSON
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McCrory honors Alamance County sheriff facing federal allegations of racial profiling

December 19, 2014 02:08 PM

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