Maryland boy selling lemonade to help the families of Dallas officers

- A 9-year-old Maryland boy has set up a lemonade stand to help the families of the Dallas police officers who were killed.

Connor Twilley operates the stand outside his Hebron, MD home. He is not keeping the money he earns, he wants to donate it to the families of the five police officers in Dallas who were killed on July 7.

Conner was upset when he saw what happened in Dallas and wanted to help.

He is getting support from local law enforcement, Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis and Chief Deputy Gary  Baker visited the stand last week.

The stand will reopen Sunday morning at 11am on East Lillian Street in Hebron, MD.

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