Karter Childers, 21, of Prosser, in middle, became an honorary  member of the Kennewick Police Department on Wednesday morning. Chief Ken Hohenberg swears in Karter as Zebbie Castilleja, who organized the event, looks on.
Karter Childers, 21, of Prosser, in middle, became an honorary member of the Kennewick Police Department on Wednesday morning. Chief Ken Hohenberg swears in Karter as Zebbie Castilleja, who organized the event, looks on. Tri-City Herald
Karter Childers, 21, of Prosser, in middle, became an honorary member of the Kennewick Police Department on Wednesday morning. Chief Ken Hohenberg swears in Karter as Zebbie Castilleja, who organized the event, looks on. Tri-City Herald

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