WAYNE COUNTY, Pa. — A holiday tradition is back in Wayne County.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Office brought back its Cram the Cruiser Toy Drive on Friday.
Deputies from the sheriff's office were posted up at three locations in Wayne County collecting new, unwrapped toys for ages newborn to 16 years old.
Even Santa was on hand greeting kids and families who stopped by to donate gifts.
"The need in Wayne County is really up there. Out of the goodness of our hearts we do this and it brings smiles to our faces. It's a good time," said Chris Rosler, Wayne County Sheriff-Elect.
All the toys collected in the toy drive will be given to local children through the Wayne County Children's Christmas Bureau.
There are 3 locations to drop off toys to fill the cruiser:
- The Walmart in Texas Township
- The CVS in Honesdale
- the CVS in Hamlin.
There is also a dropbox for toys in the Wayne County Courthouse lobby.