Richmond County Crime Stoppers honors poster contest winners


Contributed photos Richmond Senior High School junior Megan Davis receives a $75 check from Jeff Avant of Richmond County Crime Stoppers for winning first place in the annual Crime Stoppers poster contest.


Latasha Baker, a sophomore at Richmond Senior High School, receives a $50 check for winning second-place honors in the Richmond County Crime Stoppers poster contest.


Trinity Stanley, a Richmond Senior High sophomore, accepts a $25 check for winning third place in an annual poster contest held by Richmond County Crime Stoppers.


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Richmond Senior High School junior Megan Davis receives a $75 check from Jeff Avant of Richmond County Crime Stoppers for winning first place in the annual Crime Stoppers poster contest.

Latasha Baker, a sophomore at Richmond Senior High School, receives a $50 check for winning second-place honors in the Richmond County Crime Stoppers poster contest.

Trinity Stanley, a Richmond Senior High sophomore, accepts a $25 check for winning third place in an annual poster contest held by Richmond County Crime Stoppers.

Contributed photos Richmond Senior High School junior Megan Davis receives a $75 check from Jeff Avant of Richmond County Crime Stoppers for winning first place in the annual Crime Stoppers poster contest.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_First-place-poster.jpgContributed photos Richmond Senior High School junior Megan Davis receives a $75 check from Jeff Avant of Richmond County Crime Stoppers for winning first place in the annual Crime Stoppers poster contest.

Latasha Baker, a sophomore at Richmond Senior High School, receives a $50 check for winning second-place honors in the Richmond County Crime Stoppers poster contest.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Second-place-poster.jpgLatasha Baker, a sophomore at Richmond Senior High School, receives a $50 check for winning second-place honors in the Richmond County Crime Stoppers poster contest.

Trinity Stanley, a Richmond Senior High sophomore, accepts a $25 check for winning third place in an annual poster contest held by Richmond County Crime Stoppers.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Third-place-poster.jpgTrinity Stanley, a Richmond Senior High sophomore, accepts a $25 check for winning third place in an annual poster contest held by Richmond County Crime Stoppers.

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