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Law enforcement bar-b-que cook off a winner

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

As part of Law Enforcement Memorial Week, the 12th annual Officers Bar B Que Cook off was held Wednesday afternoon in Albany.

12 teams of law enforcement officers from Albany, Dougherty, and Lee County agencies competed in the cook off. The teams cooked bar-b-que chicken, hot wings, ribs, and boston butt to test their culinary skills.

While it's all in fun, these cops are very competitive, with a year's worth of bragging rights at stake.

Albany Police Sgt. Graham Stacy, with the Smokin' Guns cooking team, said "Lot of us were out here about 5:30. Some of them didn't even go home last night. And there is a lot of trash talking going on. But when the hardware is passed out, some of them are going home crying they didn't get it. But they always come back next year."

And at the end of the cooking, it was the Marine Corps Logistics Base Police and N.C.I.S. team, the Federallies, that was crowned Grand Champions.  Here are the final judge's results.

Chicken Category:

 

Third Place: BBQ Bandits (APD)

Second Place: Federallies (MCLB)

First Place: Young Gun Smokers (ADDU/Lee County S.O.)

 

 

Wing Category:

Third Place: Federallies (MCLB)

Second Place: Kiddie Que (Juvenile Court)

First Place: Phil J's Cooking Crew (Lee County S.O.)

 

 

Rib Category:

Third Place: Phil J's Cooking Crew (Lee County S.O.)

Second Place: Smokin' Guns (APD, ADDU, Parks and Recreations)

First Place:  Federallies (MCLB)

 

Best Butt Category

Third Place: Five-O BBQ (Lee County)

Second Place: Phil J's Cooking Crew (Lee County S.O.)

First Place: Smokin' Guns (APD, ADDU, Parks and Recreations)

 

GRAND CHAMPIONS

 

Federallies (MCLB)

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