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Sheriff apologizes for canceling Valentine's Day

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A post from the Oconee County Sheriff's Office reporting on the post-earthquake status and apologizing for the cancellation of Valentine's Day. A post from the Oconee County Sheriff's Office reporting on the post-earthquake status and apologizing for the cancellation of Valentine's Day.
A post on the Oconee County Sheriff's Office Facebook page shows Sheriff Scott Berry delivering flowers at the office. A post on the Oconee County Sheriff's Office Facebook page shows Sheriff Scott Berry delivering flowers at the office.
OCONEE COUNTY, Ga. -

An ice storm, snow and then an earthquake all have been keeping us busy this week at FOX 5, but it was the Oconee County Sheriff's Office that has been keeping us amused through it all.

FOX 5 Atlanta was the first to share their call to cancel Valentine's Day. Since it was first shared Wednesday night, the post has gone viral and even gained national attention for Sheriff Scott Berry.

Immediately following the Valentine's Day quake that shook much of Georgia, the sheriff posted an announcement reporting no injuries or major damage. He then apologized for his decision to cancel the day celebrating love. He even posted pictures of his delivery flowers in the office on Friday.

No word on if the cancellation of Valentine's Day and the earthquakes are related.

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