URI police collect 3,000 toys for local charities

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND police officers collect items in front of Walmart on Ten Rod Road in North Kingstown as part of the department’s annual Stuff-a-Cruiser toy drive. Pictured, from left, are URI Police Maj. Michael Jagoda, Officer Paul Hanrahan, Det. Mark Brasil and Capt. Michael Chalek. / COURTESY URI POLICE SGT. ERICA VIEIRA
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island Police Department collected more than 3,000 unwrapped toys, winter clothing, bath products and food during the department’s Stuff-a-Cruiser toy drive, the university announced Dec. 20. Officers collected the items at Walmart on Ten Rod Road in North Kingstown last month. The drive supported Children’s Friend in Providence,…
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