Lubbock turns out to 'Back the Blue' on Monday - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock turns out to 'Back the Blue' on Monday

Source: Noe Molina, KCBD Source: Noe Molina, KCBD
Source: Noe Molina, KCBD Source: Noe Molina, KCBD
Source: Noe Molina, KCBD Source: Noe Molina, KCBD
Source: Noe Molina, KCBD Source: Noe Molina, KCBD
Source: Noe Molina, KCBD Source: Noe Molina, KCBD
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock participated in the nationwide "Back the Blue" event on Monday afternoon.

It was an opportunity to meet and show appreciation to local law enforcement officers.

More than 200 local families and businesses joined together to collect thousands of donations, everything from drinks and pre-packaged snacks to hand sanitizer and chap stick.

There was so much material donated, it will be shared with Texas Tech police, the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office, and DPS.

The hub city was just one of 500 cities that hosted events on Monday.

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