Fearing 'structural problems,' St. Mary's relocates Sheriff's Office HQ
St. Mary's County has relocated its Sheriff's Office headquarters due to "possible weather related structural problems," the department announced Tuesday.
The St. Mary’s County Patuxent Building was evacuated, according to a press release.
The Sheriff’s command staff, duty officer and station clerks will work out of the Emergency Operations Center in Leonardtown, while all other operations have relocated to the George Washington Carver Center in Lexington Park.
The county says there has been "no disruption" of Sheriff Office services.
-- David P. Marino-Nachison
Washington Post Editors
February 9, 2010; 9:54 AM ET
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