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Why an AMBER Alert didn’t happen

May 23, 2013

In missing child investigations, one tool that’s available to law enforcement to help bring those who are missing home is the AMBER Alert....

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May-23-13 2:22 PM

Well I certainly found it odd that for the first 2 days they were announcing they didn't need more volenteers. What's up with that...I would think more the better because they could fan out and search more areas. We are praying for her safe return. It was suggested to me that those hog confinement s have incinerators, god forbid he would put that young girl in one. How would you ever know.

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May-23-13 11:39 AM

It's unfortunate the public wasn't allowed to search sooner. Cars driving along, looking in ditches and people going to public parks and lands were told to leave. The excuse given was evidence preservation.

Tell me this: How much evidence is needed when the suspect is deceased? Yep she's missing, yep he's dead... We had the chance to vote in a more progressive Sheriff in November, but we didn't.

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