NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Kiowa, Colorado: Carl Quintanilla) The strain on local law agencies as more people move into rural areas examined; photo shown of Kansas Sheriff Matt Samuels, who was killed after discovering a meth lab. [Elbert County, Colorado, Sheriff Bill FRANGIS, deputy Shane HEAP- comment on the distance they have to cover and the inadequate staffing.] [National Center for Rural Law Enforcement Philip PROPES- notes local law enforcement is taking on more burden.] [Elbert County commissioner John MELTI- comments on budget problems.]
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