NO WARRANTS WILL BE SERVED, only pulled pork sandwiches and steak fries. 

That’s the promise of Fairfield police and other law enforcement agents at a benefit lunch they are hosting on Monday to help raise funds for local Special Olympics programs.

Officers from the Fairfield Police Department, California Corrections and Solano County Probation will serve free lunches at the Texas Roadhouse in Fairfield from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday. Lunch items will include pulled pork sandwiches, steak fries, freshly baked honey cinnamon and butter bread, and non-alcoholic beverages.

Officers will wait tables, and guests are encouraged to leave a “tip” which will be donated directly to Fairfield’s Special Olympics programs. 

The event is one of hundreds conducted by the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Northern California. The goal of the Law Enforcement Torch Run is to partner with communities to support local Special Olympics programs through fund raising and public education, while also seeking to enhance the quality of life of participating athletes. 

Those who are unable to attend may instead donate at: