Los Angeles LEOs 'Fight' for Cancer Research
April 13, 2010
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies squared off against their LAPD brethren during "Fight for Life" boxing matches that ultimately raised $50,000 for cancer research, the San Gabriel Valley News reports.
The sheriff's deputies eventually won five of the seven bouts and plan to take on NYPD officers in November to move a step closer to their fund-raising goals.
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