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Offbeat Man runs across entire state of Michigan to raise money for fallen officers

07:55  11 june  2018
07:55  11 june  2018 Source:   cbsnews.com

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"My hope that this run will help raise money and awareness for fallen and active law enforcement and inspire He also felt a connection to the charity. He says over 580 Michigan law enforcement officer have Along the way, he also met with the families of several fallen officers .He also had a running

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A volunteer sheriff's deputy from Kent County, Michigan, ran across the entire state last week to raise money for a cause that hits close to home.

Matt Garbarino began his 160-mile run on June 4. He started at the Fallen Heroes Monument in Oakland County, running west to the Protectors Monument in West Olive, WXMI reports. He completed the long trek in just four days, reaching his final destination on Thursday.

Garbarino announced his plans for the run in January. His goal was to support the Concern of Police Survivors, a charity that raises funds for families of fallen officers. Garbarino started a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money and awareness for the Michigan Chapter of Concern for Police Officers, or MI C.O.P.

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"My name is Matt Garbarino and I in live in Byron Center, MI... I have served as a volunteer deputy with the Kent County Sheriff Office's Traffic Squad unit since 2010," he wrote on the GoFundMe page. "My hope that this run will help raise money and awareness for fallen and active law enforcement and inspire others to give."

Garbarino says he "enjoys marathons, triathlons, weight lifting and all-around training," so doing this long run was something he was drawn to. He also felt a connection to the charity. He says over 580 Michigan law enforcement officer have been killed in the line of duty, and as a volunteer officer, he wanted to stand in solidarity with their families, WOOD-TV reports.

Last week, after months of training, he not only ran across the entire state, but he carried a Thin Blue Line Flag with him, representing fallen officers and honors those who have died in the line of duty. Along the way, he also met with the families of several fallen officers.

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