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Butler County Deputy Arrested

A Butler County sheriff's deputy is accused of drinking and driving. Greenville police arrested deputy Keith Hall Monday. Apparently Hall had an accident while driving a marked Butler County sheriff department's vehicle. Officers say when they arrived on the scene they found him walking around with a pistol in his hands. Police say Hall was intoxicated and disoriented. Hall was released on a 1 thousand dollar bond. He goes to court December 19th.
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