"In God We Trust" Appears on More Georgia Law Enforcement Vehicles

- More Georgia law enforcement vehicles are bearing the motto of the United States.

FOX 5 News reported last Friday that Coweta County Sheriff Mike Yeager was placing "In God We Trust" decals on the back of his patrol cars. Since then, several other sheriff offices in north Georgia have announced similar moves.

Towns County Sheriff Chris Clinton and Union County Sheriff Mack Mason both announced this week that they placed stickers on their patrol cars. Both offices reported that the stickers were donated by community members.

Paulding County Sheriff Gary Gulledge also has put "In God We Trust" Stickers on the back of his vehicles. He said those were paid for by the deputies or out his own pocket.

They made their announcements through their respective Facebook pages.

 

 

Sheriff Chris Clinton poses proudly with a patrol unit with new "In God We Trust" stickers. The stickers were donated and placed on our patrol units by John and Becky Landress of Threadz Ink in Hiawassee, GA.

Posted by Towns County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, September 24, 2015

 

 

 

The Union County Sheriff's Office would like to thank "The Fellowship of the Hills Church" for providing "In God we...

Posted by Union County -Georgia Sheriff's Office on Monday, September 21, 2015

 

 

Citizens of Paulding County:Pictured below is the first of my patrol cars that will have the words, "In God We Trust"...

Posted by Paulding County Sheriff on Monday, September 21, 2015

 

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