Probation help sought in N.C. city


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Probation help sought in N.C. city

By Anne Blythe, Staff Writer
The News & Observer

DURHAM, N.C. — Troubled that Durham probation officers have lost track of 20 percent of the people assigned to their watch, city and county officials appealed to the state this week for help.

Ellen Reckhow, chairwoman of the Durham County commissioners, and Howard Clement, a City Council member, sent a letter after a recent meeting with John Lee, who oversees the probation office in Durham.

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