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The head custodian for Woodland Schools in southwest Washington is a hero today. It was his 911 call to police that helped put a murder suspect behind bars. Bill Hanson really paid attention when he got the reverse 911 call, with the description of a suspect the police were looking for. He spotted the guy near Woodland’s Horseshoe Lake Park. He didn’t east any time calling 911. Sheriff’s office and Klamath PD responded. They ultimately located the suspect and took him into custody without incident. Police say “Reverse 911” did its’ job well. They say getting more eyes out in the area and being able to spot the guy was a perfect marriage of law enforcement and the citizen’s community.

 

 

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