Friday, February 2, 2018

OCPD Gets New Animal Control Vehicle

When you have almost 200,000 miles on a vehicle and the transmission goes out. You have to upgrade!
Our ACOs couldn't be more excited about their new ride! 😁
Awesome graphics done by READ Signs!
The graphics are a reminder that our ACOs don't just handle cats and dogs. They respond to calls involving all animals. If you are in Ocean City and find an animal in need or are having any animal issues, don't hesitate to contact our Animal Control Unit, 410-723-6600. And keep an eye out for the van around town!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office should handle Animal Control in the County, not the SPCA or whatever they are.

Anonymous said...

Nice vehicle, County should use some of Culver's misappropriated funds to purchase at least 3 more for Animal Control!!!

Anonymous said...

Or you could save money and drop a new tranny in and keep going. $5-7grand for new tranny with warranty vs $30 grand van.

Anonymous said...

6:48....huh right warranty fancy name for toilet paper...buy new cut the losses and still save money! 200,000 miles nothing but up keep and repair cost!

Anonymous said...

The whole Culver administration needs to be investigated for ethics and policy fraud.This includes Human Resources.The Executive and several department heads and supervisors in the near future will have to answer for something they have known and covered up for years.

Anonymous said...

Culver can apply for dog catcher after next election