Law Enforcement Recognized at Moe's
Some local law enforcement personnel are going to be eating well this week. Moe's Southwest Grill in Warner Robins is honoring the protectors of their community by offering free lunch to sheriff and police departments from July 12th until the 14th.
The staff at Moe's are grateful for the sacrifice these men and women make and see this as a way to build the community bond.
"We really appreciate the support we get from the community here in Houston county" says Houston County Deputy Sheriff Patrick Walsh as he enjoys his lunch.
"Everybody relies on local law enforcement to keep our city and neighborhood safe and this is just the way we're showing our appreciation for their extraordinary service" says John Crutchfield, owner of Moe's in Warner Robins.
This is the second year in a row that Moe's has offered the free lunch. Anyone serving in a local police force is invited to come by for a free meal in the next two days with their badge or I.D.