Police In Clare, Mich., Save Bakery From Closing
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. When a 113-year-old bakery in Clare, Michigan was about to join other boarded-up businesses downtown, the local cops came to the rescue. As their Web site puts it, the entire nine member police department re-opened the bakery under the name Cops and Donuts. They now protect and serve the baked goods while offering mugs and t-shirts emblazoned with slogans like You Have the Right to Remain Glazed and Handcuffs and Cream Puffs.
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