Numerous donations offered after Stone County Deputy’s house burns down

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Courtesy: Stone County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page

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STONE COUNTY, Mo. — A deputy’s home caught fire on Saturday (4/18/20) around 3 a.m. near Elsey, according to Stone County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post.

The deputy and his wife were both at work at the time the house burned down in flames.

According to Stone County Sherrif Rader, numerous donations have been offered for the loss of the couple’s home.

Rader posted on Facebook that any donations can be sent out to Citizens in Action group at P.O. Box 84 Kimberling City, MO 65686.

All donations will be sent to the deputy and his family.

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