The Yuba County, Calif., Sheriff’s Department said it did not endorse the topless car wash held to raise money for two injured deputies.
The Yuba County, Calif., Sheriff’s Department said it did not endorse the topless car wash held to raise money for two injured deputies. Screen grab from video
The Yuba County, Calif., Sheriff’s Department said it did not endorse the topless car wash held to raise money for two injured deputies. Screen grab from video

They wanted to help cops hurt in a shootout, so they went topless and washed cars

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