By Mary O.Esparza - mesparza@civitasmedia.com



Altus Police Captain Ray Minst picks up free lunch Thursday, courtesy of the Diamond T food truck owner. “We wanted to act on the appreciation we have for our law enforcement, so we cooked fajitas, beans, rice, chips, and salsa, and fed our police and sheriff’s departments,” said Marla Abernathy, owner and operator.


Mary O. Esparza |The Altus Times

Altus Police Captain Ray Minst picks up free lunch Thursday, courtesy of the Diamond T food truck owner. “We wanted to act on the appreciation we have for our law enforcement, so we cooked fajitas, beans, rice, chips, and salsa, and fed our police and sheriff’s departments,” said Marla Abernathy, owner and operator.

By Mary O.Esparza

mesparza@civitasmedia.com

Altus Police Captain Ray Minst picks up free lunch Thursday, courtesy of the Diamond T food truck owner. “We wanted to act on the appreciation we have for our law enforcement, so we cooked fajitas, beans, rice, chips, and salsa, and fed our police and sheriff’s departments,” said Marla Abernathy, owner and operator.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_CopMinst-RGB.jpgAltus Police Captain Ray Minst picks up free lunch Thursday, courtesy of the Diamond T food truck owner. “We wanted to act on the appreciation we have for our law enforcement, so we cooked fajitas, beans, rice, chips, and salsa, and fed our police and sheriff’s departments,” said Marla Abernathy, owner and operator. Mary O. Esparza |The Altus Times

By Mary O.Esparza

mesparza@civitasmedia.com

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