Mayberry-themed event funds K-9 unit for Mechanicsburg PD


Karen Knotts, daughter of the late actor and comedian, Don Knotts, along with David Browning, a Barney Fife impersonator, brought a little piece of Mayberry to Mechanicsburg High School on April 15 for a fundraiser held to help the Mechanicsburg Police Department pay for its new K9 unit. Pictured, left to right, are: front row - Officer Nicholous Black and Max, the department’s K9 in training; and back row - Officer David Patrick, Police Chief John Alexander, Knotts, Officer Cole Piatt and Browning.

Karen Knotts, daughter of the late actor and comedian, Don Knotts, along with David Browning, a Barney Fife impersonator, brought a little piece of Mayberry to Mechanicsburg High School on April 15 for a fundraiser held to help the Mechanicsburg Police Department pay for its new K9 unit. Pictured, left to right, are: front row - Officer Nicholous Black and Max, the department’s K9 in training; and back row - Officer David Patrick, Police Chief John Alexander, Knotts, Officer Cole Piatt and Browning.


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David Browning, right, a professional Barney Fife impersonator, performs during a fundraiser held in support of the Mechanicsburg Police Department’s new K9 unit on April 15 at Mechanicsburg High School. Also pictured is banjo player Steve Hinkley, of Akron, and Mechanicsburg Mayor Greg Kimball.


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Karen Knotts, daughter of the late actor and comedian, Don Knotts, along with David Browning, a Barney Fife impersonator, brought a little piece of Mayberry to Mechanicsburg High School on April 15 for a fundraiser held to help the Mechanicsburg Police Department pay for its new K9 unit. Pictured, left to right, are: front row – Officer Nicholous Black and Max, the department’s K9 in training; and back row – Officer David Patrick, Police Chief John Alexander, Knotts, Officer Cole Piatt and Browning.

David Browning, right, a professional Barney Fife impersonator, performs during a fundraiser held in support of the Mechanicsburg Police Department’s new K9 unit on April 15 at Mechanicsburg High School. Also pictured is banjo player Steve Hinkley, of Akron, and Mechanicsburg Mayor Greg Kimball.

Karen Knotts, daughter of the late actor and comedian, Don Knotts, along with David Browning, a Barney Fife impersonator, brought a little piece of Mayberry to Mechanicsburg High School on April 15 for a fundraiser held to help the Mechanicsburg Police Department pay for its new K9 unit. Pictured, left to right, are: front row – Officer Nicholous Black and Max, the department’s K9 in training; and back row – Officer David Patrick, Police Chief John Alexander, Knotts, Officer Cole Piatt and Browning.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/04/web1_Group.jpgKaren Knotts, daughter of the late actor and comedian, Don Knotts, along with David Browning, a Barney Fife impersonator, brought a little piece of Mayberry to Mechanicsburg High School on April 15 for a fundraiser held to help the Mechanicsburg Police Department pay for its new K9 unit. Pictured, left to right, are: front row – Officer Nicholous Black and Max, the department’s K9 in training; and back row – Officer David Patrick, Police Chief John Alexander, Knotts, Officer Cole Piatt and Browning. Courtesy photo

David Browning, right, a professional Barney Fife impersonator, performs during a fundraiser held in support of the Mechanicsburg Police Department’s new K9 unit on April 15 at Mechanicsburg High School. Also pictured is banjo player Steve Hinkley, of Akron, and Mechanicsburg Mayor Greg Kimball.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/04/web1_Deputy.jpgDavid Browning, right, a professional Barney Fife impersonator, performs during a fundraiser held in support of the Mechanicsburg Police Department’s new K9 unit on April 15 at Mechanicsburg High School. Also pictured is banjo player Steve Hinkley, of Akron, and Mechanicsburg Mayor Greg Kimball. Courtesy photo