Tishomingo County Deputy receives firearms grant, training

By NEMS Daily Journal

IUKA – A Tishomingo County deputy has completed the NRA Law Enforcement Patrol Rifle Instructor School paid for by a National Rifle Association grant.
The grant of $1,050 supported training for Deputy Scotty Hughes, and included funds to purchase range targets.
The school, conducted at the Florence, Ala., Police Department range, is one of a number of NRA firearms training programs around the country, Hughes said, and is a 44-hour class that includes both classroom and range training.