Amazon makes donation to support Kenosha Police Department’s K-9 unit

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KENOSHA — The Kenosha Police Department received a special gift from Amazon.

The company donated toys and dishes to support police K-9 “Eddie” — and the Kenosha Police Department’s goal of adding a new member to the K-9 unit.

The gifts came from the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Kenosha.

The Amazon fulfillment center in Kenosha has more than 2,500 full-time employees and is committed to giving back to the community where its associates live and work.

Amazon makes donation to support Kenosha Police Department's K-9 unit

Amazon makes donation to support Kenosha Police Department’s K-9 unit

In the photo above, Eddie is pictured with Sergeant Dusty Nichols (left), K9 Eddie (middle) and Officer Austin Brechue (right) are Amazon employees Jennifer Yu (front row), Mike Stone, Teresa Thompson, Monica Heckel, Tracy Finch and Kristy Chanthasalo (back row from left to right).

1 Comment

  • tom

    This is a joke, right? “The Amazon fulfillment center in Kenosha… is committed to giving back to the community where its associates live and work.” Seriously, A billion dollar corporation who reaped millions in tax breaks offers us a few trinkets and a dish?

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