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Group sells T-shirts to raise funds for injured Mahnomen County deputy

A new fundraiser is being held to benefit the family of a Mahnomen County deputy who was injured in the line of duty earlier this year. Hornet Country Spiritwear is selling dark brown T-shirts with the phrase "A brother in brown is never down..."...

A new fundraiser is being held to benefit the family of a Mahnomen County deputy who was injured in the line of duty earlier this year.

Hornet Country Spiritwear is selling dark brown T-shirts with the phrase "A brother in brown is never down..." written on the back. The shirts start at $15 and all profits will be donated to the Chris Dewey family.

Dewey suffered multiple gunshot wounds Feb. 18 while investigating a suspected drunk driver. He is recovering in a Colorado hospital.

To order a shirt or find more information, visit www.hornetcountryspiritwear.com/dewey.html .

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