Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Chester County DA: His unique way of donating up to $5k to charity
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Chester County District Attorney Thomas Hogan took to Facebook Thursday with a status that has hundreds of people commenting.

According to Hogan, he lets his beard grow out each year during Christmas time.

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“It keeps me warm and aggravates my wife and kids,” Hogan wrote. “It also resulted this year in somebody trying to throw me off a crime scene and a gaggle of reporters asking who I was and why was I briefing them.”

He’s letting fellow Facebook users to choose from one of three potential styles for when he shaves – additionally, he’s donating $5 for each vote for the winning look, capping his donation to charity off at a maximum of $5,000.00.

Each style has a charity listed for where the donation would go if it wins.

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Voting is open until Saturday! Click here to cast your vote.

The choices are:

(1) Civil War Union soldier/Hero Fund donation.

(2) 1975 police officer stache/donation to Crime Victims Center and Domestic Violence Center.

(3) pencil-thin mustache/Natural Lands Trust donation.

CLICK HERE TO VOTE!


Thomas Hogan made international headlines on several occasions in 2017 after leading a massive manhunt for the Road Rage Killer, David Desper; the man responsible for sucker punching a man with cerebral palsy, Barry Baker; investigated the massive fire at Barclay Friends assisted living facility; investigated a major drug ring that took 46 drug dealers into custody and dozens of other high-profile arrests which led to convictions.

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