‘Covering the Blue’ donates blankets to Dayton officers dragged down street

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CRUISER CAM: Dayton officer dragged by car during traffic stop

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A non-profit group from Pennsylvania donated blankets to two Dayton police officers who were dragged down a neighborhood street.

The blankets from “Covering the Blue” are black with a thin blue line.

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In December, police pulled over 16-year-old Tae-sean Winn who was accused of driving a stolen car.

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During the traffic stop, Police said Winn tried to run over two officers.

Seconds later, police said he ditched that car and stole a minivan before dragging two different officers down Maywood Avenue.

Both officers recovered.

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'Covering the Blue' donates blankets to law enforcement hurt in the line of duty.

So far, they've donate more than 900 blankets.

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