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Monday, February 01, 2010

Should there be a national Amber Alert?

In Oklahoma, a sheriff who worked on a high-profile abduction is frustrated that he couldn't get other states to issue Amber Alerts for the missing child. In this case, the bad guy had a head start of nearly 24 hours, so it made sense that he would've been outside Oklahoma. The sheriff says this shows the need for some kind of national Amber Alert.

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