Circus Saints and Sinners donate to Crime Stoppers Upper Ohio Valley | News, Sports, Jobs

The Circus Saints and Sinners recently presented a check for $20,000 to Crime Stoppers Upper Ohio Valley, a Helpline information program. The funds were raised through the club’s annual reverse raffle, sponsored by Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration and the Mountaineer Brewfest. Left to right, Circus Saints and Sinners President Doug Pell, Bob Contraguerro, Jr. of Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration, raffle chair Dean Connors, Wheeling Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger, Belmont County Sheriff David Lucas, Mountaineer Brewfest’s Jeff Hayes, Information Helpline Executive Director Angela Goodson, and Circus Saints and Sinners Past President Chuck Hood. Crime Stoppers Upper Ohio Valley is a community-based program that allows citizens to provide anonymous information about criminal activity to help keep their neighborhoods and cities safe. Cash rewards are paid for confidential advice that leads to a successful arrest or helps solve a case. To submit a tip, call 877-TIPS4US. (Photo provided)

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