Leads on cold cases “dead-end”

February 10, 2014

One year of pro-filing cold cases leads the Oconee sheriff to believe there has to be a better way. And Mike Crenshaw thinks that the better way may be devoting the time of one officer to investigating unsolved major cases from the past. In 2013, the Oconee Sheriff’s Office drew the public’s attention to nine unsolved cases—most of which were old homicides. The office received some tips, but they led down a dead-end road, according to Crenshaw.

 

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