Suffolk deputies promote gun safety at pet pantry supply drive

The Suffolk Sheriff’s Office would like to the thank everyone that stopped by and visited during its pet pantry supply drive which was held at the Kroger in Northern Suffolk. The office provided free gun locks through the Project Child Safe program as well as other related information about firearm safety. Through the generosity of so many, the office was able to provide an overwhelming abundance of pet food and supplies to the Suffolk Humane Society. Thanks to Debbie Roseman, manager of Fred Myers Jewelers located inside Kroger for their donation of stuffed animals that will be provided to children during a time of crisis.

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