Elizabeth City police Sgt. T.G. Franks speaks with resident Penny Tillett on her front porch as part of the city's new Adopt-A-Block program, in which officers are assigned a block and get to know the residents living there, on Friday.
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Elizabeth City police Sgt. T.G. Franks speaks with resident Penny Tillett on her front porch as part of the city's new Adopt-A-Block program, in which officers are assigned a block and get to know the residents living there, on Friday.

Cops Adopt A Block: Closer ties with residents sought

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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Penny Tillett got a start Friday afternoon when Elizabeth City police Sgt. Treven Franks showed up at her door.

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