Josiah Unangst, left, 9, and his brother Charles, 2, explore the inside of Lacey police officer Rich Broeker’s police cruiser during the inaugural Cops, Cars ’n Kids event at the Lacey Police Department on Saturday.
Josiah Unangst, left, 9, and his brother Charles, 2, explore the inside of Lacey police officer Rich Broeker’s police cruiser during the inaugural Cops, Cars ’n Kids event at the Lacey Police Department on Saturday. Tony Overman Staff photographer
Josiah Unangst, left, 9, and his brother Charles, 2, explore the inside of Lacey police officer Rich Broeker’s police cruiser during the inaugural Cops, Cars ’n Kids event at the Lacey Police Department on Saturday. Tony Overman Staff photographer

Lacey officers demonstrate policing, meet community at Cops, Cars ’n’ Kids event

August 01, 2015 3:53 PM

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