Earlier today, The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s summer camp. The camp provides kids with neuromuscular disease a chance to discover a world just for them and meet other kids sharing the same experiences.
Sheriff’s Office Crime Lab Technician, Megan Roberts, along with the resident FBI agent, set up the Crime Lab van for display and provided fingerprinting demonstrations for each of the children.
Attendees eagerly watched a K9 demonstration performed by members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit
The Sheriff’s Office extends appreciation to the Baltimore Muscular Dystrophy Association for extending SMCSO an invitation to participate in the camp.
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|K9 Unit performs several demonstrations for the audience|
|Crime Lab Technician Megan Roberts provides a fingerprinting demonstration, along with the resident FBI agent|