Boy sells sizzling chocolate to lift funds for fallen Toledo officer’s household

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  • Photo courtesy Toledo Police Department / Facebook
  • Photo courtesy Toledo Police Department / Facebook
  • Photo courtesy Toledo Police Department / Facebook
  • Photo courtesy Toledo Police Department / Facebook

TOLEDO, Ohio (WJW) – A boy recently ran a fundraiser for a fallen officer Toledo.

“Our hearts are heavy”: The Toledo police officer, killed in a standoff, was the father of a young child, engaged to be married

Proceeds from a neighborhood hot cocoa stall set up by Max went to the family of officer Brandon Stalker, who was shot dead on duty last week.

The boy is said to have set up a lemonade stand for the von family as early as July Officer Anthony Dia, who was also killed at work.

“Max, we thank you for the continued support of the Toledo Police and for encouraging our officers,” the department said in a Facebook post.

A funeral for stalkers will be held in the Savage Arena of the University of Toledo on January 26th at 10 a.m., but only friends, family and police will be able to attend COVID-19 Restrictions.

The 24-year-old stalker was a father of two and engaged. He had been with the Toledo Police Department since 2018.

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