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Texas Roadhouse holding fundraiser Wednesday for family of fallen KSP trooper

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KSP Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder KSP Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder
The stickers measure approx 5.5 x 3.5-inches and can be picked up at four locations for a $10 donation. All proceeds go to Ponder's family. The stickers measure approx 5.5 x 3.5-inches and can be picked up at four locations for a $10 donation. All proceeds go to Ponder's family.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - A number of Texas Roadhouses across Kentucky are holding a fundraiser to benefit the family of fallen KSP Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder.

Texas Roadhouse will be donating 10% of all its food sales to Ponder's family in order to help them. It takes place from 4-10 p.m. Wednesday. Those locations are in Louisville, Shively, Middletown, Elizabethtown, Paducah, Somerset and Lexington. 

Texas Roadhouse is encouraging people to "bring in a blue ribbon to show your support for Trooper Ponder and all other law enforcement officers."

Ponder, 31, a native of Rineyville, was shot and killed following a traffic stop Sept. 13 in southwestern Kentucky. He was a Navy veteran who had been on the state police force less than a year.

This is one of several fundraisers being held to benefit Ponder's family. Stickers and decals are being sold to benefit his family with all donations being given to the Joseph Cameron Ponder Memorial Fund.

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In you would like to purchase one of the stickers, you can visit one of three Glaser Collision Center locations, Alliance Printing in Radcliff or you can stop by WDRB News.

Here are the addresses:

Glaser's Collision Center, 10820 Penion Drive in Jeffersontown; Glaser's Collision Center, 177 Rogers Drive in Shepherdsville; Glaser's Collision Center, 3331 Preston Highway in Louisville, Alliance Printing, 883 N Dixie Blvd in Radcliff, and WDRB News, 624 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd.

For more on the decals, you can visit the following page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ponder954

Reporter Antoinette Konz can be reached at 502-585-0838 or @tkonz on Twitter.

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