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Community gives sheriff helping hand
Baxter County Sheriff John Montgomery got to work Friday morning to find the phone ringing with local businesses wanting to contribute and help the Sheriff's Office with its monthly mailings of sex offender information to area schools, churches and businesses.
"People have been calling all morning thanking us for disseminating this information," Montgomery told The Bulletin. "This shows the community is working together with law enforcement to help make Baxter County a better place to live and raise a family."
Thursday, Montgomery announced the Baxter County Sheriff's Office would begin mailing out information on sex offenders living in the county to more than 200 churches, schools, agencies and businesses which deal with children.
NY Steamers owner Harvey Hughes learned of this and at first offered to sponsor the first month's mailing, which would have cost more than $300. He then suggested the Sheriff's Office get a bulk mailing permit to make the mailing cheaper and offered to pay the $300 bulk mailing fee. In Friday's story in The Bulletin, Hughes issued a challenge for other businesses in the area to sponsor a month's mailing.
Montgomery was pleased with the results. Friday morning, Montgomery took a call from McGrath Financial Services, offering to sponsor one month. A few minutes later, Auto Trim called, also wanting to sponsor a month. That was followed by Mountain Home Glass wanting to sponsor a month, he said.
Then, Ozark Mountain Motors 2 called wanting to know if the sheriff had any response on the Friday morning story. After Montgomery told them they had three months sponsored, the company offered to sponsor the remaining five months this year.
Montessori School called to see if they could help. When they were told the monthly bulk mail had been taken care of for the rest of the year, they offered to pay for the paper and envelopes that will be used, Montgomery said. Montgomery had said the Sheriff's Office is committed to sending out the monthly mailings and was planning to cut costs elsewhere in order to do it, until Hughes offered the contribution.
In Friday's story, Hughes said it was a good service to the community. Recent news stories about a sex offender who kidnapped and killed a young girl in Florida and other similar stories struck a chord with him, Hughes said, so he decided to help the Sheriff's Office out. Montgomery said he hopes to have the first mailing sent out the first week of May.
He estimated it will cost his office about $130 every month to send out the fact sheets on approximately 30 sex offenders. They will be sent out to churches, youth centers, schools, day care services, fire departments and any place that works with the youth.
Originally, the mailing was to go out in Baxter County, but with Hughes' idea about using a bulk mailing permit it will be cheaper by about $200 a month they will be able to send notification to schools in surrounding counties as well, Montgomery said.
The Sheriff's Office already has notified residents living within a quarter-mile of each sex offender that the offender is living in their neighborhoods.
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