Karson book generates WPD revenue


Orange Frazer Press Production Lead Sarah Hawley presents Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand with a check for $15,767 for sales of “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, published for the Wilmington Police Department by Orange Frazer Press of Wilmington. “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, written by Abbie Beam, was published after Karson’s heartwarming homecoming. K-9 Karson had been lost for 61 days, including in sub-zero temperatures, during the 2014-15 winter. From left are Orange Frazer Press Designer Alyson Rua, WPD officer Jerry Popp, Karson, Hawley and Weyand.


Orange Frazer Press Production Lead Sarah Hawley presents Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand with a check for $15,767 for sales of “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, published for the Wilmington Police Department by Orange Frazer Press of Wilmington. “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, written by Abbie Beam, was published after Karson’s heartwarming homecoming. K-9 Karson had been lost for 61 days, including in sub-zero temperatures, during the 2014-15 winter. From left are Orange Frazer Press Designer Alyson Rua, WPD officer Jerry Popp, Karson, Hawley and Weyand.

Orange Frazer Press Production Lead Sarah Hawley presents Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand with a check for $15,767 for sales of “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, published for the Wilmington Police Department by Orange Frazer Press of Wilmington. “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, written by Abbie Beam, was published after Karson’s heartwarming homecoming. K-9 Karson had been lost for 61 days, including in sub-zero temperatures, during the 2014-15 winter. From left are Orange Frazer Press Designer Alyson Rua, WPD officer Jerry Popp, Karson, Hawley and Weyand.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_K_9_Karson_p_f.jpgOrange Frazer Press Production Lead Sarah Hawley presents Wilmington Police Chief Duane Weyand with a check for $15,767 for sales of “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, published for the Wilmington Police Department by Orange Frazer Press of Wilmington. “K-9 Karson Comes Home”, written by Abbie Beam, was published after Karson’s heartwarming homecoming. K-9 Karson had been lost for 61 days, including in sub-zero temperatures, during the 2014-15 winter. From left are Orange Frazer Press Designer Alyson Rua, WPD officer Jerry Popp, Karson, Hawley and Weyand.
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