LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. (April 21, 2015) –Frontier Justice will donate all proceeds from range fees collected this Thursday, April 23rd to Lee’s Summit Detective Josh Ward, who is currently battling a rare flesh-eating bacterial infection.

Ward has been in the hospital since last week when he started feeling sick. Now, he is undergoing daily surgeries in hopes of saving his life from this fast-spreading infection. He has a wife and three children, including 6-year-old twins and a 10-month-old baby boy. The money donated will help support him and his family during this time, and to help with unexpected expenses due to medical treatment.

Frontier Justice works closely with the Lee’s Summit Police Department and supports its officers.

“We feel a responsibility to our community, our neighbors, and our police officers, who work tirelessly to keep us all safe,” said Bren Brown, co-owner of Frontier Justice. “[Josh] is well-known in our community for his work on the police force. Anything we can do to help out him and his family, we will.”

Frontier Justice will automatically donate all range fees collected on Thursday, April 23rd, with no special instructions from the person who reserves the range time. People wishing to contribute in this way simply need to check into the range as normal.

To donate without shooting on the range, Frontier Justice will collect donations at the range check-in counter. People can also donate online through a GoFundMe account that has been set up on Ward’s behalf.

Frontier Justice is located on 800 NE Jones Industrial Drive in Lee’s Summit, MO. For more information about Frontier Justice, please visit

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