Local resident receives gift of security lights for her home

St Augustine Police Corporal Chris Miller was recognized today by the St. Augustine Police Benevolent Organization for being alert to the need of a local senior who was living without the benefit of outdoor security lighting at her home in the city.

Historic City News was informed that the Police Benevolent Organization recently donated two solar panel powered lights to the homeowner based on the recommendation of Corporal Miller.

“A very special thank you to Corporal Miller for recognizing this need and bringing it to our attention,” a spokesperson for the St. Augustine Police Benevolent Organization told local media reporters.

Police Benevolent Organization

Officers Patrick Harvey and Miller surprised the recipient with the new lighting fixtures, and then offered their handyman services to install each of the two low-voltage lights.

“We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the St. Augustine Police Benevolent Organization for donating two solar security lights to this local resident,” Public Information Officer Cecilia “Cici” Aiple said.

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