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Crowder student presents artwork to Neosho PD

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Pictured in photo: Back row - Cpl. Dustin Whitehill, Detective Rodney Howe. Front row - Patrolman Austin Fohey, Murray, Lt. Mike Sharp, Chief of Police David Kennedy. Pictured in photo: Back row - Cpl. Dustin Whitehill, Detective Rodney Howe. Front row - Patrolman Austin Fohey, Murray, Lt. Mike Sharp, Chief of Police David Kennedy.
NEOSHO, MISSOURI -

Tori Murray, a Neosho High School graduate and double art major at Crowder College, presented the Neosho Police Department with a piece of her artwork Tuesday.

Murray was asked to paint a portrait to represent the sacrifices officers make every day to ensure the safety of our community. She was given a few brief ideas but came up with the design characteristics herself. The portrait clearly shows the transition between day and night and reflects the 24 hour security that is provided by all law enforcement agencies everywhere.

The portrait will be displayed in the Neosho Police Department's daily briefing room where it can be admired by every member of the department staff. The Neosho Police Department wishes to thank Tori for her rendition of their profession and commend her for a job well done.

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