Deputies use vacation time to help with storm recovery in NJ

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Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 6:18 pm

CHARLOTTE COUNTY - Two Charlotte County Sheriff's deputies used their vacation time earlier this month to help New Jersey residents recover from Superstorm Sandy.

Deputy Blake Beyer and Corrections Officer Mark DeHart were motivated to help because of all the support Charlotte County received after Hurricane Charley back in 2004.

They found devastating scenes in Beach Haven and Long Beach, New Jersey.

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