Stolen Signs Could Be The Difference Between Life and Death

Police say a teenage prank could have deadly consequences and they want it to stop.

Over the past six-months, police say one or more persons have been stealing street signs.

It’s not only an inconvenience in trying to find a street address, but a missing sign could slow the response of crews when it comes to a medical emergency or a house fire.

Enterprise Police Chief T.D Jones says his department will prosecute anyone taking a city street sign.


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  • by Roger Deal Location: New Hope (N.Holmes) on Jan 18, 2008 at 05:59 AM
    Thank you for the news comment, on the street sign issue. In Holmes County we can not keep a road sign up. Our County administrator, has even look in to making it a crime, to even be in possession of the signs. That would make the parents liable for the crime. This is a hot issue for any agency that time is a factor. Thanks Again Roger Deal Pres. NEW HOPE WATCH.
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