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Shooting competition raises money for family of fallen officer Robert Libke

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SHERWOOD, OR (KPTV) -

A shooting competition Sunday raised money for the family of fallen Oregon City reserve police officer Robert Libke.

Libke was killed in November while responding to a house fire.

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Sunday's shooting competition in Sherwood raised more than $10,000 for the family of Libke. Fellow law enforcement officers and others turned out to show their support.

"We are probably 40 percent law enforcement, and the rest are active shooters who like to come out and compete, and supporters of law enforcement," said Gregg Lewis, Chairman of Oregon Police Memorial 3 Gun.

Oregon Police Memorial 3 Gun organized the shooting competition. It was founded in 2013 to help an officer who was paralyzed in a training accident.

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