Top cops, K9 at Red Wagon Saturday

Proceeds from popcorn sales benefit Erie County United Way.
Register
Jun 27, 2014

The top cops will be manning the Red Wagon popcorn wagon from 11 to 2 p.m. Saturday, finishing out a week that saw the Sandusky Police Department rack up the biggest sales figures all month. 

Sandusky police Chief John Orzech, Perkins Township police chief Ken Klamar and Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth, and new Sandusky city manager Eric Wobser together will be making the popcorn and serving it up.  New city manager Eric Wobser will also be selling popcorn at the wagon, and he welcomes people to stop by and say hello. New Erie County Sheriff's Office police canine Butch will also be at the Red Wagon.

And Erie County Sheriff's K9 officer "Butch" will also be at the Red Wagon. 

Proceeds from popcorn sales benefit the Erie County United Way, and SPD sales this week have surpassed all previous weekly sales, including during the week of July 14, when volunteers from the Register were selling popcorn, by selling 1,003 boxes.

"The record today was 341 boxes," Orzech said.