More ‘PSP Strong’ Shirts Sold to Benefit Troopers’ Families

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Wives of state troopers sold items in Monroe County Wednesday to help raise money for the families of the two troopers shot in the attack at the state police Blooming Grove barracks on September 12.

The group called PSP Wives was selling t-shirts, wristbands, and other things with the "PSP Strong" logo on them outside Lewis' Supermarket in Canadensis.

"They keep our lives safe. We come from a family of law enforcement. It's like it's your own husband, your own brother.  We support them every way we can," said Terri Ogg of East Stroudsburg, who bought some items.

The troopers' wives were selling more shirts at the Ironhouse Gym along Hardwood Road near Hazleton.

All of the proceeds go to the families of Corporal Bryon Dickson and Trooper Alex Douglass.

The PSP Wives have a similar sale set for Friday at Marywood University in Lackawanna County and Saturday at Mohegan Sun Arena in Luzerne County.


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