Local DJ Remains Jailed for Kids

Local DJ Remains Jailed for Kids
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POSTED: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 - 12:03pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 3:06pm

EL PASO - DJ Johnny Kage remains in a cage until his bond of 500 toys is reached.

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office took Kage into custody as part of the Santa with a badge program.

500 toy donations are needed for Kage to be released from his jail location inside Bassett Place in the Food Court.

If you are unable to drop off the toys at Bassett Center you may drop them off in the Human Resources Office located at Sheriff’s Headquarters or at the 104.3 Hit FM Studios.

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A noble cause; I hope the goal is met, tenfold.

I'm glad our damn Sheriff's have nothing better to do... Keep him in there, he is already ghetto as it is...

Jealous aren't we? Lol

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