Constable honors Sandy Hook victims through fundraising effort
Deputy Constable Phillip Syas is an ordained minister and chairman of the constable's office in Baton Rouge.
He recently traveled to Newtown, CT in the aftermath of the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook School to offer condolences and support to first responders and victims' families.
Now he's started a local fundraising effort to honor the 26 lives lost.
To learn more about Operation: Sandy Hook, call the City Constable's office at (225)389-3004 or email Syas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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