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Monroeville

Police connect with community at National Night Out

| Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, 10:21 a.m.
Monroeville Officer Mike Colberg and his K-9 partner Diesel make friends with six-year old Chance Boso at  Moroeville National Night Out. The event, established to raise awarness of law enforcement as part of the community, was held on August 1 in Monroeville Community Park. Kids had the opportunity to see inside a real police car, climb aboard a fire truck, get to know Monroeville's K-9 partners, and even get fingerprinted. Night Out was established nearly 35 years ago by the National Association of Town Watch.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
Monroeville Officer Mike Colberg and his K-9 partner Diesel make friends with six-year old Chance Boso at Moroeville National Night Out. The event, established to raise awarness of law enforcement as part of the community, was held on August 1 in Monroeville Community Park. Kids had the opportunity to see inside a real police car, climb aboard a fire truck, get to know Monroeville's K-9 partners, and even get fingerprinted. Night Out was established nearly 35 years ago by the National Association of Town Watch. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
Monroeville Police Officer James MacDonald fits Jakob Cross, 4, wth a brand new bicycle helmet at Moroeville National Night Out. The event, established to raise awarness of law enforcement as part of the community, was held on August 1 in Monroeville Community Park. Kids had the opportunity to see inside a real police car, climb aboard a fire truck, get to know Monroeville's K-9 partners, and even get fingerprinted. Night Out was established nearly 35 years ago by the National Association of Town Watch.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
Monroeville Police Officer James MacDonald fits Jakob Cross, 4, wth a brand new bicycle helmet at Moroeville National Night Out. The event, established to raise awarness of law enforcement as part of the community, was held on August 1 in Monroeville Community Park. Kids had the opportunity to see inside a real police car, climb aboard a fire truck, get to know Monroeville's K-9 partners, and even get fingerprinted. Night Out was established nearly 35 years ago by the National Association of Town Watch. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

Monroeville National Night Out, established to raise awareness of law enforcement as part of the community, was held on Aug. 1 in Monroeville Community Park. Kids had the opportunity to see inside a police car, climb aboard a fire truck, get to know Monroeville’s K-9 partners, and even get fingerprinted. Night Out was established nearly 35 years ago by the National Association of Town Watch.

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