DeKalb cops want to drink coffee with you at this event in Lithonia


DeKalb County police are inviting residents for a cup of coffee and conversation next week in Lithonia.

The “Coffee with a Cop” event is April 26 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the county senior center, located at 2484 Bruce Street, the department said.

The event, one in an ongoing series, is intended to be casual and strengthen relationships with police and residents.

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