Monday, August 23, 2010 at 6:00 am (Updated: August 23, 6:42 am)
Harriman Mayor Chris Mason doesn’t mind working side by side with his city employees.
Mason, who earlier this month saw Harriman police struggle with a distraught man near Lon Mee bridge, helped police get the man under control.
Harriman Assistant Police Chief Kenneth Humphrey’s reported he and Detective Jason Joseph were attempting to subdue the man, “and Harriman Mayor Chris Mason was driving by and saw the commotion and stopped and assisted us.”
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