Shawnee Police Community Relations Officer Roman Madrigal surprised Laura Harman, of Overland Park, and her two children with $100 on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, as part of the city’s third annual Secret Santa program. During the last few weeks, more than 80 of the city’s police officers and detectives surprised people in the community with $10,000 in cash gifts from an anonymous donor.
Shawnee Police Community Relations Officer Roman Madrigal surprised Laura Harman, of Overland Park, and her two children with $100 on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, as part of the city’s third annual Secret Santa program. During the last few weeks, more than 80 of the city’s police officers and detectives surprised people in the community with $10,000 in cash gifts from an anonymous donor. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star
Shawnee Police Community Relations Officer Roman Madrigal surprised Laura Harman, of Overland Park, and her two children with $100 on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, as part of the city’s third annual Secret Santa program. During the last few weeks, more than 80 of the city’s police officers and detectives surprised people in the community with $10,000 in cash gifts from an anonymous donor. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star

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