Sheriff: No plans for immigration crackdown but considering federalizing deputies

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HANOVER — Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, who recently urged municipalities in his jurisdiction to reject the sanctuary city label, said Tuesday his department will not have a role in enforcing federal immigration laws. “At this juncture, unless there’s a change in the need — no,” Gannon said in response to a question from Morristown Mayor…

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