All proceeds will benefit Suffolk County Crime Stoppers, a program that offers rewards of up to $5,000 to people who were willing to offer anonymous information to police that led to an arrest, officials said.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Police Commissioner Timothy Sini, as well Big Shot frontman Michael DelGuidice got together at police headquarters in Yaphank on Wednesday to make the announcement.
Deaths in Suffolk County have jumped from 38 in 2010 to 108 in 2014, according to a Suffolk Times report.
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