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Tipton children raise $2,000 for Shop With A Cop fund

by Garrett Fuller | September 14, 2022 at 4:00 a.m.
Democrat photo/Garrett Fuller — Ryder Bracht, from left, Moniteau County Sheriff Tony Wheatley and Owen Crane pose together Thursday (Sept. 8, 2022,) as the 8-year-old duo submit their donations for the Shop With A Cop fund at the Moniteau County Sheriff Office. Bracht and Crane, both of Tipton, operated a lemonade stand to raise $1,016. A local employee group matched with a $1,000 donation, resulting in a $2,016 donation to the annual program. Shop With A Cop is an annual event where local law enforcement accompany underprivileged children shopping for Christmas shopping. Donations are accepted by the sheriff office until the day of the event, which is yet to be determined. As a reward for their generosity, the Moniteau County Sheriff Office presented Bracht and Crane each with an acrylic award. They will also get to shop with a cop again this year.


Ryder Bracht, from left, Moniteau County Sheriff Tony Wheatley and Owen Crane pose together Thursday as the 8-year-old duo submit their donations for the Shop With A Cop fund at the Moniteau County Sheriff Office. Bracht and Crane, both of Tipton, operated a lemonade stand to raise $1,016. A local employee group matched with a $1,000 donation, resulting in a $2,016 donation to the annual program. Shop With A Cop is an annual event where local law enforcement accompany underprivileged as they shop for Christmas. Donations are accepted by the sheriff office until the day of the event, which is yet to be determined. As a reward for their generosity, the Moniteau County Sheriff Office presented Bracht and Crane each with an acrylic award. They will also get to shop with a cop again this year.


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