Officials from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, Columbia police and Greater St. Luke Baptist Church on Monday announced “Operation Clean Slate,” which allows people with outstanding warrants in Richland County or the city of Columbia to turn themselves in and minimize their chances of going to jail. On hand were, from left to right, Deputy Chief Melron Kelly of the Columbia Police Department, Pastor Michael Baker of Greater St. Luke and Sheriff Leon Lott.
Officials from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, Columbia police and Greater St. Luke Baptist Church on Monday announced “Operation Clean Slate,” which allows people with outstanding warrants in Richland County or the city of Columbia to turn themselves in and minimize their chances of going to jail. On hand were, from left to right, Deputy Chief Melron Kelly of the Columbia Police Department, Pastor Michael Baker of Greater St. Luke and Sheriff Leon Lott. TEDDY KULMALA tkulmala@thestate.com
Officials from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department, Columbia police and Greater St. Luke Baptist Church on Monday announced “Operation Clean Slate,” which allows people with outstanding warrants in Richland County or the city of Columbia to turn themselves in and minimize their chances of going to jail. On hand were, from left to right, Deputy Chief Melron Kelly of the Columbia Police Department, Pastor Michael Baker of Greater St. Luke and Sheriff Leon Lott. TEDDY KULMALA tkulmala@thestate.com

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Got warrants? Surrender and minimize jail time with ‘Operation Clean Slate’

January 09, 2017 12:55 PM

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