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State House Candidate Leads Prayers For Police

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A show of appreciation for law enforcement that started in Lawton is now making its way to Oklahoma City.

State House candidate Jacobi Crowley, along with the Ebony Society of Lawton High School, led a laying of praying hands on police cars recently to let officers know they support the work they do.

The idea for praying hands started back in July during a time of increased police involved shootings across the country.

Crowley says the praying hands are more of an acknowledgment that their job is difficult than anything and a hope that officers stay safe.

Volunteers will be teaming up with Black Lives Matter in Oklahoma City today at 11 a.m. distributing hands and notes.

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