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In late 2013, Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty approved an agreement to receive an Army MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protection) vehicle at no cost to the county. While most of the electronics were taken out of the vehicle, it still carries a price tag well in excess of $100,000. Hagerty said the county was lucky to procure one of these vehicles being cycled out for newer models for use by the Army.

In late 2013, Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty approved an agreement to receive an Army MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protection) vehicle at no cost to the county. While most of the electronics were taken out of the vehicle, it still carries a price tag well in excess of $100,000. Hagerty said the county was lucky to procure one of these vehicles being cycled out for newer models for use by the Army.

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