Officers, kids find Christmas cheer and gifts

Tre Anthony and Lt. Steve Frisbie of the Missouri Highway Patrol pick out video games at Jefferson City's Kmart for Operation T.O.Y.S. (Take Our Youth Shopping) Saturday morning. The annual event allows needy children to pick out presents for themselves and their families. Officers from area law-enforcement branches assisted them with purchases.

Tre Anthony and Lt. Steve Frisbie of the Missouri Highway Patrol pick out video games at Jefferson City's Kmart for Operation T.O.Y.S. (Take Our Youth Shopping) Saturday morning. The annual event allows needy children to pick out presents for themselves and their families. Officers from area law-enforcement branches assisted them with purchases. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

They gathered at the Jefferson City Police Department in the pre-dawn hours of Saturday getting ready to do one of their more pleasant assignments of the year.

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For more than 20 years, members of various law enforcement agencies based in Jefferson City have participated in the annual Operation T.O.Y.S. (Take Our Youth Shopping).

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