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Published: Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 11:07 a.m.

South county police run for Special Olympics

  • 2012 south county Torch Run participants. Front Row: Kat Brecht MLT PD, Ali Misenar SNOCOM, Kim Crannell SNOCOM, Mark Marsh Edmonds PD, Michelle Poff ...

    Edmonds police

    2012 south county Torch Run participants. Front Row: Kat Brecht MLT PD, Ali Misenar SNOCOM, Kim Crannell SNOCOM, Mark Marsh Edmonds PD, Michelle Poff (and her dog, Maui) Edmonds PD, LT Liebetrau SNOCOM. Back Row: Kevin Pickard MLT PD, Heidi Froisland MLT PD, Damian Smith Edmonds PD, Julie Richmond SNOCOM, Jason Robinson Edmonds PD, Ken Crystal Edmonds PD, Josh McClure Edmonds PD, Trent Chapel MLT PD, Brad Paulson Edmonds PD, Mark Froland Edmonds PD, and Mike Hoeth MLT PD

Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace police officers spent Friday participating in the 2012 Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of Special Olympics Washington. They were joined by emergency dispatchers from SNOCOM, which serves south Snohomish County.

The run this year started in Blaine and ended at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

South county police and dispatchers got the torch in the 21000 block of Highway 99 and "carried it with pride to 244th Street SW," Edmonds police Sgt. Mike Blackburn said.

Shoreline police took over from there. South Snohomish County had 17 law enforcement runners in all.

"Additionally, a support group of volunteers from all three agencies assisted with traffic control, support vehicles and photography of the event," Blackburn said.
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