From a SWAT tank to motorcycle units, law enforcement vehicles of all types were on display at Oconee Veterans Park on Saturday for the third annual Night of Blue Lights.
Dozens of agencies were represented at the event, presented by Oconee County resident Lee Dyer in cooperation with the Oconee County Sheriff's Office and Watkinsville Police. It served to remember fallen officers and show support to their families.
The crowd enjoyed live music, boiled peanuts and burgers while mingling with officers. Kids slid down a giant slide, climbed onto a fire truck and a helicopter and lined up for balloon animals, guitars and motorcycles from Up N' Away Balloons.
K-9s and their handlers from Richmond, Douglas and Gwinnett counties along with the Porterdale Police showed off their skills sniffing out drugs and bomb materials.
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This post originally appeared on Oconee Patch.