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Photo provided by Bettina Armstrong

Members of Brownie Troop 133 recently toured the Village of Monroe Police Station. Sergeant Douglas Krauss and Police Officer/K-9 officer James Gayler provided an informative tour of the station. Simba, the department's K-9 dog, demonstrated his talents. The Brownies brought in toys to support Monroe PBA's annual toy drive for Toys for Tots. Pictured from left to right are Alora Armstrong, Leigha Woods, Leanne Sim, Zoe Milza, Nyla Hicks and Alexa Doran as well as Police Officer/K-9 officer Gayler and Sergeant Krauss.



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