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Published: 12/24/2013 - Updated: 9 months ago


Shopping with Cops

Members of the Toledo Police department take 53 children shopping for the 12th annual Kids of Christmas program, in Toledo, on Monday Dec. 23, 2013. They meet at the Huntington Center in downtown, and then go to the Meijer store on west Alexis Road to shop. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW.

TPD officer Matthew Ayers, and new bike owner Jamon Green, 8. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TPD officer Matthew Ayers, and new bike owner Jamon Green, 8.
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Angel Grant, 7, left, and TPD officer Dan Henderson in the toy department. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Angel Grant, 7, left, and TPD officer Dan Henderson in the toy department.
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Siblings Tianna, 9, left, and Marreon Reynolds Williams, 7, review photos they had just taken with TPD officer Jamal Owens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Siblings Tianna, 9, left, and Marreon Reynolds Williams, 7, review photos they had just taken with TPD officer Jamal Owens.
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Siblings Tianna, 9, left, and Marreon Reynolds Williams, 7, take photos with TPD officer Jamal Owens. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Siblings Tianna, 9, left, and Marreon Reynolds Williams, 7, take photos with TPD officer Jamal Owens.
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Angel Grant, 7, and TPD officer Dan Henderson in the toy department. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Angel Grant, 7, and TPD officer Dan Henderson in the toy department.
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Angel Grant, 7, and TPD officer Dan Henderson as Grant finds the game Enlarge | Buy This Photo Angel Grant, 7, and TPD officer Dan Henderson as Grant finds the game "Operation."
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The participants pose for a photo before shopping. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The participants pose for a photo before shopping.
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Angel Grant, 7, and TPD officer Dan Henderson start shopping as they receive gift cards from Meijer G.M. coordinator Sarah Fonseca, second from right, and store director Tom Haskell, right. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Angel Grant, 7, and TPD officer Dan Henderson start shopping as they receive gift cards from Meijer G.M. coordinator ...
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Angel Grant, 7, left, and TPD officer Dan Henderson have the gifts rung up by Meijer cashier Naoma Rosendaul. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Angel Grant, 7, left, and TPD officer Dan Henderson have the gifts rung up by Meijer cashier Naoma Rosendaul.
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TPD Donald Kenny, Deputy Chief of the Operations Division, left counts the number of batteries needed for a gift. At right is event coordinator TPD officer Joseph Okos. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TPD Donald Kenny, Deputy Chief of the Operations Division, left counts the number of batteries needed for a gift. At ...
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Enlarge | Buy This Photo "Get something you like", Roy Lawson, 11, right, tells his brother Zack, 7. In addition to buying shoes, Roy Lawson ...
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Austen Grant, 9, left, was going to buy a bike, but decided to buy two radio-controlled cars, one for himself, and one for his six-year-old brother. He is helped by TPD Sgt. Anthony Gillen, right. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Austen Grant, 9, left, was going to buy a bike, but decided to buy two radio-controlled cars, one for ...
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TPD officer Dan Henderson, and Angel Grant, 7, evaluating an item in the toy department. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TPD officer Dan Henderson, and Angel Grant, 7, evaluating an item in the toy department.
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Zack Lawson, 7, in the toy department. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zack Lawson, 7, in the toy department.
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Jayden Salisbury, 7, left, talking with TPD officer Kelly Jordan. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jayden Salisbury, 7, left, talking with TPD officer Kelly Jordan.
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TPD officers Mel Russell, left, and Matthew Ayers, right, help Salvio Frais, 7, to load his bike to take home. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TPD officers Mel Russell, left, and Matthew Ayers, right, help Salvio Frais, 7, to load his bike to take home.
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