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September 28. 2013 2:29PM

A 2nd Gilford police officer placed on paid leave

GILFORD — A town official confirmed yesterday that a second Gilford Police Officer has been placed on an paid administrative leave. The official said that on or about September 15, Officer Holly Harris was placed on a paid leave. She is the Gilford School District's School Resource Officer.

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