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Wayne County Government

HQ Phone:  (919) 731-1449

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Wayne County Government

224 Walnut St

Goldsboro, North Carolina,27533

United States

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Marion County Sheriff's Office


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Wayne County Government | Sheriff's Office

www.waynegov.com [cached]

Captain Tom Effler:
(919) 580-4067: Investigations


Dryer Fire Articles (2007) | Dryerbox

dryerbox.com [cached]

The fire caused about $100,000 in damage and the home was declared a total loss, Wayne County Sheriff's Capt. Tom Effler said.


myfox8.com

Tom Effler of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said.
While authorities were clearing out rooms, they deployed tear gas into a restroom someone was in, Effler said.


www.sanfordherald.com

Tom Effler of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said authorities cleared the campus around 3 p.m., although Effler had not been located as of press time.


www.wdbj7.com

Tom Effler of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said.
"This is not a random situation. It is an isolated situation," he said. While authorities were clearing out rooms, they deployed tear gas into a restroom someone was in, Effler said.


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