Sheriff Adam Christianson, second from left, and the Board of Supervisors shovel dirt at the groundbreaking. The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors and Sheriff Adam Christianson, along with other state and local officials in Stanislaus County, were at a groundbreaking Friday at the Sheriff's Department in Modesto for the historic, more than $113 million public safety center expansion.
Sheriff Adam Christianson, second from left, and the Board of Supervisors shovel dirt at the groundbreaking. The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors and Sheriff Adam Christianson, along with other state and local officials in Stanislaus County, were at a groundbreaking Friday at the Sheriff's Department in Modesto for the historic, more than $113 million public safety center expansion. Stanislaus County
Sheriff Adam Christianson, second from left, and the Board of Supervisors shovel dirt at the groundbreaking. The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors and Sheriff Adam Christianson, along with other state and local officials in Stanislaus County, were at a groundbreaking Friday at the Sheriff's Department in Modesto for the historic, more than $113 million public safety center expansion. Stanislaus County

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