Sheriff: Revenue Will Cover Benton County Shortfall

Budget Cuts Not Needed, Cradduck Says

Posted: December 3, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Sheriff Kelley Cradduck said Monday revenue his department will receive for holding state inmates in the county jail should more than cover a budget shortfall identified last week by the county’s justices of the peace who asked Cradduck and County Judge Bob Clinard to cut their budgets by $200,000 each.

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