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Sheriff's Office Gets Ready to Transition to New Building

As deputies with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office prepare to relocate, they say the new building will be bigger and better.

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - As officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department prepare to relocate, they say the new building will be bigger and better. And when it comes to the sheriff's department, Sheriff Kenny LeMaster says size does matter.

As builders complete the finishing touches to the state-of-the-art facility, LeMaster says the new features such giant moving filing shelves, and an expanded lobby will allow members of the department to better serve the community from the inside out.

"We'll have a lot of new electronic devices and security features with better service for the officers to serve the public," said Sheriff LeMaster.

Although officials with the sheriff's department are excited about the move, some say having to bring their belongings over to the new building while still working a full shift, won't be easy.

"It's going to be a hectic time for us. Each officer will move his own equipment, all his files and moving them himself," said Dennis Streets of the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department.

Despite the hectic weeks that lie ahead, the department is pleased to soon be out with the old and in with the new. 

"It's going to be great. We're ready to make the move," said Streets.

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