Cape May Sheriff Bob Nolan Pledges to Continue to Protect and Serve His Community After Threat by AG Over Sanctuary

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CAPE MAY COURTHOUSE-Sheriff Bob Nolan gained the attention of politically appointed New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal this week for his cooperative agreement with ICE over the handling of illegal aliens within his jail.   Today, Nolan said he is only doing his job.

“I have been committed to protect and serve the citizens of Cape May County for over 35 years now,” Nolan said. “I am only trying to do my job as I swore to do.”

Nolan did not at this time say whether or not his office would rescind their cooperation agreement with ICE in light of threats made by the Attorney General and Phil Murphy against agencies who do not abide by their immigration trust directive issued in 2018.

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