Sunday, November 29, 2020
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Cop went out of his way to fix local basketball court for children to enjoy

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A police officer in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, was caught red handed Wednesday night putting up missing nets from basketball hoops in Yeadon, yc.news has learned.

“Officer Gallagher saw that Bell School was missing nets on the hoops.” Yeadon Chief-of-Police Anthony Paparo said. “So, he went & bought hoops!”

Chief Paparo noted that Ofc. Gallagher put the nets up with the assistance of officer Millison for the kids to enjoy.

Ofc. Austin Gallagher, a graduate from Marple Newtown High School ensured that the local children could enjoy their local playground by replacing the missing hoops!

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“Have fun kids!” Chief Paparo said. “Be safe!”

Officer Austin Gallagher, Yeadon Police Department, Delaware County
Photo: Yeadon Police

Officer Austin Gallagher, Yeadon Police Department, Delaware County
Photo: Yeadon Police

Officer Austin Gallagher, Yeadon Police Department, Delaware County
Photo: Yeadon Police

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