Duluth Police Officer Ron Tinsley stopped at the studios yesterday to show us the new squad car they have to raise awareness for Autism. He explains to us why they do this, and how they use the squad car in their operations.
The old saying goes that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The Duluth Police Departments wants you to be aware of online "Help Wanted" scams that could end with you having money and personal information stolen.
Ken and I took the B105 Breakfast Club on the road to the Grand Opening of Dunkin' Donuts on Central Entrance. We expected lots of people to stop by and buy lots of donuts, but didn't expect THIS. Public Information Officer Ron Tinsley from the Duluth Police Department stopped and proved that cops do LIKE donuts!
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