Tuesday, August 28, 2001

Donor to pay for police snacks




        FAIRFIELD — The “pops-for-cops” man, who thanks on-duty officers by delivering refreshments on his motorcycle, won't have to pay out of his own pocket for bags of snacks anymore.

        After reading an article about Robert Kramer in Sunday's The Cincinnati Enquirer, a donor has stepped forward, Mr. Kramer said.

        Contacted by telephone Monday, the donor confirmed he was making a contribution to Mr. Kramer, but he wouldn't confirm his name or job title. The donor said that was because he wasn't seeking publicity for his company.

       



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