Lockup your leaders
Updated: Jan 27
LOCKED UP!! - 15 of our most wanted leaders were locked up.
Participants were transported from the San Marcos Police Department, via the Caiman Rescue vehicle, to Kent Black’s BBQ where friends and associates paid “bail” money for their release. The SMCPAAA raised over $7000 during this event. A couple of the jailbirds struggled and stressed to get their bail but how stressed can you be with a plate of BBQ and fixings in front of you.
The proceeds of the fundraiser will go towards emergency supplies for “Go Buckets” which will be distributed throughout the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District (SMCISD), as well as purchasing packable breaching tools for police officers.
“In the event of a natural disaster or active shooting event, emergency equipment like the packable breaching tools are invaluable and can help save lives,” said Cpl. Laray Taylor of the San Marcos Police Department.
Some of the funds raised will also be used in preparation of the Texas State Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association Convention, which SMCPAAA will be hosting in 2019.
The SMCPAAA promotes and enhances the relationship between the community and the San Marcos Police Department. Members of the SMCPAAA volunteer their time to support the SMPD though fundraisers like the Blue Santa Program, making warrant calls, participating in role playing exercises for police training and other fundraising and supporting programs.
The SMCPAAA thanks all who participated in this event
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