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Help Officer Patrick Perkins

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Many viewers were struck by our coverage of Officer Patrick Perkins yesterday. You've posted to Facebook and sent us emails asking how you can help the policeman whose home was flooded during yesterday's heavy rains while he was out assisting citizens.

Roanoke City Police have made arrangements for people who want to help Officer Perkins. Sgt. John Stephens at the Roanoke City Police Department will coordinate police department assistance and other offers of help.

The Officer Perkins Relief Fund has been set up at Roanoke Valley Community Credit Union to receive donations. Stop by any RVCCU location to donate to the fund, which is account 26397. You can also wire money to the account from other banks and credit unions.

Roanoke Valley Community Credit Union Locations:
- 723 5th St NE.  Roanoke, VA. 24016
- 1340 Roanoke Blvd., Salem, VA. 24153
- 4025 Brambleton Ave., Roanoke, VA. 24018
- 5034A Hearthstone Rd., Roanoke, VA. 24012

If you'd like to help in a non-monetary way, contact Sgt. John Stephens at HelpOfficerPerkins@roanokeva.gov or (540) 853-5437

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