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Texas Police Officers Give Turkey Dinners to Needy Border Families
- For the twelfth year in a row, McAllen Police and their civilian Crime Stoppers program have reached out to the needy families by helping them enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.
More than 150 families lined up outside of the McAllen Police station for the 12th Annual Turkey Giveaway. The families were chosen by the local school district and police officers who identified need in the communities they patrol. During the giveaway, residents were given shopping bags with a turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and other Thanksgiving staples.
The Crime Stoppers program gives police officers and investigators another way to get help from the community in solving crimes where law enforcement may hit a roadblock. According to Rodriguez, throughout the year, McAllen Police asks for the community's help in obtaining information and the giveaway is just one way for the Crime Stoppers program and his department to pay it back.(Excerpt) Read more at: breitbart.com ...
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