Benefit Golf Tournament To Help Injured Police Officer

A benefit golf tournament will be held next month to help an officer seriously injured in the line of duty.

Selma Police Sgt. Josh Layhew sustained a severely broken leg and knee injury on Nov. 2nd while apprehending a fleeing suspect.  He has undergone two surgeries on his knee and leg. He is expected to be out of work 8 months.

Friends and fellow officers will host a Golf Tournament on Friday, December 7th at the Reedy Creek Golf Course near Four Oaks.

The cost is $75 per person / $300 per team or $100 for a hole sponsorship. The first place prize is $400 and the second place prize is $300.  There is a maximum of 32 teams.

All proceeds will benefit Sgt. Layhew, a dedicated officer, father and husband who now needs the support of his community during this challenging time.

For more information, including registration information or to make a donation, contact Captain Ronald Daniels at the Selma Police Department at 919-965-8189.