BAZETTA TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WYTV) – Bazetta Township police teamed up with Wal-Mart Saturday to collect supplies for area families in need.
For the fifth year in a row, cops parked a cruiser at the store and invited shoppers to fill it with food, personal care products, and cash.
All donations go to the Cortland Area Cares food pantry. Christopher Herlinger with the Bazetta Township police said the event is also a way to bring the community together.
“It is a township involvement across the board. Everybody gets involved and does their thing,” Herlinger said. “The community likes it. It is a way to give back and present a better light for the police in their community.”
Donations can still be dropped off at the Bazetta police department on McCleary Jacoby Road.