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Prineville church gathers teddy bears for police

By KTVZ.COM news sources
Published On: Mar 11 2014 04:42:45 PM CDT
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Crook County Sheriff's Office

Prineville police Capt. Mike Boyd and Crook County Sheriff Jim Hensley flank Rev. Mile Wilson, whose congregation has donated over 50 teddy bears for law enforcement to give to children

PRINEVILLE, Ore. -

The Rev. Mike Wilson and his congregation at the Prineville Presbyterian Church held a stuffed teddy bear drive, to assist law enforcement.

Over 50 teddy bears were donated during the drive. On Tuesday, Wilson presented the teddy bears to Crook County Sheriff Jim Hensley and Capt. Mike Boyd of the Prineville Police Department at the Crook County Sheriff’s Office.

"The teddy bears are used by law enforcement when dealing with children during difficult times in their lives," the sheriff's office said.

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