Law Enforcement Christmas
GAINESVILLE - While many people had the day off some had to work to make sure residents are safe.
For Megan English, its a day she has to work at the Alachua County Communications Center.
"Today just a bunch of family squabbles nothing really too bad," English said.
It's a day English has to work spending the day away from her children.
"It was still hard leaving them my son tells me I'm fired," English said.
Lieutenant Jayson Levy is patrolling Alachua County.
Levy says the most action Levy has seen was a cow loose in an area and we had shuttle the cow back home to where his home," Levy said.
For other law enforcement is was a day to get a free meal.
Over 800 law enforcement went to the Fraternal Order of Police while they worked on Christmas
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