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Cops, families connect in Edmonds

  • Ashtyn, 4, hugs Dash, a seven-year-old police dog under the command of Edmonds Police Officer Josh McClure (in back), during an open house Sunday at t...

    Purchase Photo Reprint Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Ashtyn, 4, hugs Dash, a seven-year-old police dog under the command of Edmonds Police Officer Josh McClure (in back), during an open house Sunday at the Edmonds Police Department as Peder Nornes, 4, (right) Matt Cook (left) and his daughter Makenna, 5, watch. LEFT: Jacob Barnas, 8, tries out a police shield in front of his little brother, Jonah, 4, during the open house. Many families toured the police facility and got to handle police equipment firsthand.

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  • Ashtyn, 4, hugs Dash, a seven-year-old police dog under the command of Edmonds Police Officer Josh McClure (in back), during an open house Sunday at t...

    Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Ashtyn, 4, hugs Dash, a seven-year-old police dog under the command of Edmonds Police Officer Josh McClure (in back), during an open house Sunday at the Edmonds Police Department as Peder Nornes, 4, (right) Matt Cook (left) and his daughter Makenna, 5, watch. LEFT: Jacob Barnas, 8, tries out a police shield in front of his little brother, Jonah, 4, during the open house. Many families toured the police facility and got to handle police equipment firsthand.


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