ASHEVILLE, NC (FOX Carolina)- A deputy from the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office who was working in court security tested positive for COVID-19, according to a release.
BCSO says that the deputy had mild symptoms last week before the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Sheriff’s Office says they are working with the Buncombe health officials and that no other deputies working the jury trial showed symptoms.
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