Warner Robins Moe's Feeds Police Officers for Free

6:04 PM, Jul 11, 2011   |    comments
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A local restaurant says Warner Robins police officers deserve more than a free side of chips and salsa for their service.

Monday, they earned a whole burrito.

The Moe's Southwest Grill on Watson Boulevard offered the entire Warner Robins Police Department a free entree.

Most officers chose a pile of nachos with all the fixings.

Owner John Crutchfield says this is the third year for the officer appreciation day. He said they do it to say "thanks for the sacrifice".

Crutchfield said, "We just wanted to take the time, honor the men and women in our community that keep us safe. They're always on the road keeping us safe, always in our community answering calls."

He said the Watson Boulevard location will offer the free meals to Houston County Sheriff's deputies Tuesday, and the Perry and Centerville police departments on Wednesday.

He says they expect to give away about 250 meals during the three days.

July 25th through 27th, Crutchfield said all Houston County, Warner Robins, Centerville, Perry and Robins Air Force Base firefighters can eat for free.

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