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CCSO deputies hand out candy in several Savannah neighborhoods

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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

In Yamacraw Village, kids got a special treat from Chatham County Sheriff's Office deputies.

They were out giving away bags of candy. So many children lined up for treats, the deputies had to call in for reinforcements with more candy!

They handed out nearly 200 bags of goodies just in this neighborhood alone.

"This is a very highly populated area for kids and we love to come out into the community and serve even the small ones,” said Sgt. Octavius Anderson.

Deputies were not just out in Yamacraw, but several neighborhoods doing the same thing. If you combine all of the neighborhoods, deputies handed out more than 500 bags of candy.

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