GPD receives donation for body armor


The Gallipolis Police Department recently received $750 from the Ohio Elks Association Community Service grant for the purchase of body armor for one officer. Pictured from left to right: Past District Deputy Michael Fulks, Exalted Ruler Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 Richard Borton, Patrolman Mark Still and Chief Jeff Boyer.


The Gallipolis Police Department recently received $750 from the Ohio Elks Association Community Service grant for the purchase of body armor for one officer. Pictured from left to right: Past District Deputy Michael Fulks, Exalted Ruler Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 Richard Borton, Patrolman Mark Still and Chief Jeff Boyer.

The Gallipolis Police Department recently received $750 from the Ohio Elks Association Community Service grant for the purchase of body armor for one officer. Pictured from left to right: Past District Deputy Michael Fulks, Exalted Ruler Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 Richard Borton, Patrolman Mark Still and Chief Jeff Boyer.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_FOT40B3-2-.jpgThe Gallipolis Police Department recently received $750 from the Ohio Elks Association Community Service grant for the purchase of body armor for one officer. Pictured from left to right: Past District Deputy Michael Fulks, Exalted Ruler Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 Richard Borton, Patrolman Mark Still and Chief Jeff Boyer.
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