Car wash Thursday benefits fallen Chandler officers

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By Tami Hoey By Tami Hoey

PHOENIX -- Cobblestone Auto Spa is joining forces with the Chandler Law Enforcement Association & the Police Officers of Scottsdale Association to raise money for the families of fallen Chandler officers Bryant Holmes and David Payne. Those officers both lost their lives in separate motorcycle collisions in October.

Cobblestone Auto Spa will help by donating $5 for every upgraded Full Service car wash ($15.99 & up) and $10 for every Top Level car wash ($25.99 & up) that supporters purchase on Thursday, November 20, at any of their nine Valley-wide full service locations.

Chandler officers and volunteers from the Police Officers of Scottsdale Association will also be present at each location for cash collections from supporters. 100 percent of all money raised will go to benefit these officers' families.

"This will help the families a lot," says Officer Wayne Crenshaw of the Scottsdale Police Department. "We're trying to take over some of the payments that they have, the families who lost some of the financial income they had. This will really help them out."

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Chandler Law Enforcement Association (C.L.E.A.) was established in 1999 to serve the sworn and civilian employees of the Chandler Police Department and improve the relationship between the residents of this City and the Chandler Police Department through continued training and education in the fields designed to enhance work performance and professionalism.

As members of the Arizona Professional Police Officer's Association (A.P.A.), C.L.E.A. is part of a professional partnership with several Valley Associations from Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, Avondale, Tempe, and Mesa. Police Officers of Scottsdale Association POSA) Outreach is a 501c3.  Donations made to the 907 Officer Needs Assistance Fund may be tax deductible.  Donations can be made online at When donating, please write the Chandler officers' names in the description block.