The Lawrence Police Department will be featured on reality TV show “COPS” on Jan. 29.
The Lawrence Police Department will be featured on reality TV show “COPS” on Jan. 29. COPS.com Courtesy photo
The Lawrence Police Department will be featured on reality TV show “COPS” on Jan. 29. COPS.com Courtesy photo

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