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County Deputies Will be Looking for Fireworks Rule Violators

Wichita County Sheriff David Duke says his deputies have been instructed to ask for proof of written permission to be on the owner's land, which is being mandated by Wichita County Commissioners.

Wichita County sheriff's officials want you to know deputies will be out in full force for the next three days looking for those who are violating the county's fireworks rules.

Wichita County Sheriff David Duke says sheriff's office employees will be working 12-hour shifts.

He says they'll mainly be looking for people who are illegally shooting off fireworks or even firing them across county roadways.

Duke says if deputies catch someone doing that, they'll be fined up to $1000, plus more fines if they leave their trash behind.

He says deputies will be looking for people shooting fireworks on county property without the landowner's permission.

Duke says his deputies have been instructed to ask for proof of written permission to be on the owner's land, which is being mandated by Wichita County Commissioners.
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