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December 16, 2013

KSP troopers bring holiday cheer to youngsters



“A lot of these kids, we're in their homes every day,” said Tpr. Lloyd Cochran. “It's my personal mission to make sure these kids have a better Christmas, and, at the same time, show them that the police are a good, helpful thing.”

Only 51 children participated in this year's event, as many as 200 have taken part in years past.

Those interested in donating to next year's “Shop-With-a-Trooper” should contact Tpr. Lloyd Chochran at (606) 878-6622 or

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