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Community shows support for Bossier law enforcement

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(Pictured left to right) Debra Thornton, Walmart Associate; Deputy Chief Richard Broom-McGee; Officer Adam Mastrodomenico; and Tammy T. Wright, Walmart Assistant Manager.)

The men and women of the Bossier City Police Department have seen a great outpouring of support from residents and businesses these past few weeks. Now, they are sending a big THANK YOU to the community.

bossier city policeFirst, Walmart Super Center, 2526 Airline Drive, brought lunch by the police station today in a show of support for the officers and staff. Store manager Brian Kleeb directed his staff to deliver multiple trays of sandwiches, chicken fingers, and chicken wings to police headquarters.

A host of local businesses headed up by Prepped Up Meals, 526 Benton Road, recently  provided Bossier City officers with boxed lunches to say thanks for their service.

There have also been many other wonderful gestures of support that have been given to our officers, from simple notes of thanks left on patrol units to people picking up dinner tabs for officers at local restaurants.

Thanks to all for their support!  

Courtesy Photo | Meagan Ellis, owner of Prepped Up Meals, hands boxed lunches to Officer Chad Sepulvado for delivery to the police department.
Courtesy Photo | Meagan Ellis, owner of Prepped Up Meals, hands boxed lunches to Officer Chad Sepulvado for delivery to the police department.