'Cops On Top' Raises $ For Special Olympics

'Cops On Top' Raises $ For Special Olympics

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Cops camped outside Dunkin' Donuts for a "special" reason Friday morning.

Law enforcement officers across the state collected money for Special Olympics New York. 

Jefferson County sheriff's deputies were at the Watertown Arsenal Street Dunkin' Donuts on Arsenal Street in Watertown. 

The deal: a doughnut for a donation that helps Special Olympics athletes.

"We want to make sure that part of our society, those people and their families, are able to get out and do that's something enjoyable," Administrative Sgt Shaun Cuddeback said. "Compete, show themselves that they're able to go out and do things."

"We wouldn't be able to do this and our athletes would not be able to compete without the help and love of everyone that's involved," Special Olympics development specialist Cara Maloney said.

The goal was to raise around $80,000 across the state.

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