Law enforcement to be on patrol for looters

Several law enforcement agencies will be patrolling damage homes and businesses today to help protect them from looting.

Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon say Kentucky State Police and the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department are stepping in to help out.

"We’re going be patrolling these heavy hit areas to make sure there is not any looting going on in some of these businesses and home that have been destroyed. So if you don’t belong there, don’t go there," said Redmon.

Redmon is asking people who just want to see the damage to just stay away.

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