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She’s going to repel down Miller Park with another Kenosha Police officer, Kate Schaper. Walls needs to raise $750.
Walls has been a police officer for four years and volunteers with Special Olympics during the hometown games in May handing out awards. She also participates in the Guardian of the Flame torch Run in June, and takes children on the Cops and Kids fishing trip.
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