@ 14:13 Sheriff Judd starts talking the truth of all truths! Parents need to keep their eyes open and be pro-active in the raising their children. Be a good example for them to look up to. Get involved with their lives, before the law has to get involved. This is a 21 minute press conference, but absolutely worth watching. 21:19 https://youtu.be/543v8DcngPc
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