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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Melvin C. High
At least three Prince George's County sheriff's deputies recently charged with offenses related to drunken driving are on the job, although their police powers have been suspended while their cases are investigated.
"I certainly am always concerned about the individual member," Sheriff High said, adding that he tries to balance his concern over employees' situations with that of the agency's image.
Sheriff Melvin C. High, the county's former police chief who has served as sheriff since 2010, said internal investigations at times can reveal areas in which employees may need more training.