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Cajun Captain Clay Higgins to Box for Charity

June 17, 2016  | 

Clay Higgins, who gained fame in his Crime Stoppers videos as a captain with the St. Landry Parish (LA) Sheriff's Office and is currently running for political office, will be participating in a charity event that pits police officers and fire fighters against each other in the boxing ring.

This Battle of the Badges charity event will be held in Monroe, LA, at the Fant Ewing Colisseum Aug. 13 to raise money for Med Camp Louisiana. All proceeds will go toward helping this organization's efforts in improving children's quality of life in the community.

Higgins shared news of his involvement in the event on Facebook:

Photo: Facebook
Photo: Facebook

For more information visit http://www.battleofthebadgesmonroe.com/index.html.

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kevcopAz @ 6/18/2016 3:14 PM

seems like a good effort for a local charity. Thanks for stepping up to help a worthy cause. That being said, please Mr. Higgns, thus far you have the support of 99% of LEOs and hard working homiest folks, don't let politics run you into another "show pony" and do things that are beneath you. Stay professional, stay the course and use the "cop" talents that you have to make our profession better. I realize that when running for any office one must get attention, but kept professional as you have thus far.

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