When Jefferson County sheriff's Deputies Mike Sensano and Ronnie Newman head to work, they know they have a lot of backup.
Not so much from their fellow deputies — who are often 30 to 40 minutes away— but from residents of the remote and rugged communities where they live and work.
"We are a part of the community," said Sensano, a gruff Hawaiian with the calloused hands of a ranch hand. "And the community is part of us."
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