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'Boot drive' fundraiser held for families of fallen officers and victims

By Staff reports

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Improved Order of Redmen, Mowhawk Tribe No. 11, in partnership with local law enforcement agencies, will host a "boot drive" style fundraiser Saturday in Huntington to support the surviving victims and families of fallen officers who were shot during the traffic stop Aug. 28 in Clay County.

The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Redmen Bingo Hall, 1759 Adams Ave., Huntington. Many local law enforcement agencies will have vehicles and equipment on display there.

All proceeds will benefit the families of Cpl. Marshall Bailey, Trooper Eric Workman, Roane County Deputy John Westfall and William "Frank" Massey, a tow truck driver.Donations can also be sent directly to the memorial fund via the WV State Troopers Association. For information, call Bruce Stewart at 304-360-4567.


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