Per an anonymous tip just received:
“Greenville Police Department is currently being sanitize by Reed’s Exterminator. Major Mew tested positive for COVID-19. Chief Wilson, Chief Merchant, Lieutenant Nettles, and Lieutenant Ozbun is currently being tested.”
The Greenville Police Department Was Contacted At 8:15, For Comment And Was unable To Confirm Or Deny To Anonymous Source’s Tip.
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