CRISFIELD, Md. - After Superstorm Sandy ripped through the building for the Crisfield Police Department, the department moved to a vacant bank for temporary shelter.
The company that owns the bank has reportedly offered to keep them in that location rent free through January of 2014.
Some locals want the police department to stay in the new location permanently, arguing the brick bank building is more secure than the trailer-like space where the police department is traditionally housed. According to a council member, the mayor has no plans for them to relocate. He assures the community, that after the repairs, the police department will be a safe and secure location.
Repairs on the police station aren't expected to be completed for a few months.