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Tom Kommrow, right, with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, presented the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office with a radar unit – valued at about $3,000 – in recognition of lower motor vehicle crash rates in the county. From left are Deputy Scott Wherley, Chief Deputy Ernie Beitel and Sheriff Phil Hodapp. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Sheriff’s office honored for lowering crash rates

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BEMIDJI – Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths recognized the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office this week for its efforts in lowering motor vehicle crash rates and fatalities in the county.

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Laurie Swenson
Laurie Swenson is a reporter/copy editor for the Bemidji Pioneer. She has been with the Pioneer since 2004.
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