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  • Fresno County Sheriff honors officers hurt in 2016 jail shooting

    Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, honored Fresno County correctional officers Juanita Davila and Toamalama Scanlan, who were shot and wounded in a jailhouse confrontation with a convicted felon in 2016. Also honored were other correctional officers and sheriff’s deputies who came to their aid. Scanlan, still recovering from his injuries, was unable to attend and was represented by his son and daughter.

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