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Joshua Fuendes, 12, of Sterling, gives a high five to U.S. Customs and Border Protection Watch Commander Diaz at one of the Tuesday, Aug. 1 National Night Out campaigns held in the Town of Herndon. The setting provided an opportunity to bring law enforcement and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

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WandaBible 11 months, 1 week ago

All these Night outs and together parties are a waste of time. No policeman will be the same the next day. However, normal people of the town will definitely become close. A neighbor of mine was generous enough to get involved in assignment writing help last year and he was introduced to me in such meetings. Overall, it is a good experience but do not trust the authorities to be friendly from the next day.


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