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Posted on: November 9, 2022

Fill a Cop Car

wanted 2022- fill a cop car

On Saturday, December 3rd from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Law Enforcement officers throughout Clinton County will be asking for your help.  Our goal is to FILL OUR COP CARS with groceries.  Officers will be at your local grocery stores with the purpose of helping to fill our local food banks with non-perishable food items.   Police Officers chose their profession so that they can help others.  During this time of year, we often experience families in need, but don’t have the ability to help directly.  By filling our cop cars, we can see to it that those who need a helping hand can get it.  We are asking that you purchase an extra item or two and help us help those in need.   The back seats of the patrol vehicles are usually used to transport people that have run afoul of the law.   Help us put them to good use.

 

Officers will be at the following locations in Clinton County:

Kroger, 900 S. Business 127, St. Johns

Wal-Mart, 1165 Superior Drive, St. Johns

Monticello’s Market, 16912 Marsh Road, Bath

Village Food Pride, 501 S. Main Street, Ovid

On Herbison Road near the south DeWitt Meijer driveway 

(A fire truck and police vehicles will be parked in the Herbison Road cul-de-sac)

 

All food collected at these locations will be donated to local food banks in Clinton County.  The officers of the St. Johns Police Department, Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, Bath Township Police Department, DeWitt Township Police Department and Ovid Police Department appreciate your generosity during this holiday season.

 


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