EASLEY, SC (WSPA) — An Upstate boutique known for showing support to law enforcement is back at it again, in a big way.
Under the Carolina Moon is selling t-shirts in honor of Greenville Officer Allen Jacobs.
Jacobs was shot and killed, in the line of duty, one year ago.
Owner Angel Rice says his wife, Meghan Jacobs, helped design the t-shirts.
The $15 shirts are selling quickly, with $10 from each one going to the Dave Dempsey Recovery Fund and Unity Tour to D.C.
Greenville County deputy Dave Dempsey was shot in the head while responding to a robbery call in 2015.
“She [Meghan Jacobs] thinks the world of Officer Dempsey and his family and she wanted to give back to them the way they’ve given to her,” said Rice.
He has had a long road through recovery, suffering two seizures just this month.
“If by my life or death I can protect you, I will,” reads one of the shirts.
To support the Jacobs and Dempsey families, you can order online.
The boutique also sells thin blue line hats as well as law enforcement decals, flags, bracelets, flags, and decor.
You may remember, Under the Carolina Moon also printed shirts honoring Anderson County K-9 Hyco who was killed in the line of duty in 2015.
Under the Carolina Moon is located at 141 Patchwork Row in Easley.
If you visit this Friday or Saturday (24th-25th), you will also get a free southern boutique t-shirt.
The store is open 9-5pm Friday and 9-4pm on Sunday.