Procedures to be studied after woman found dead
The Josephine County Sheriff's Department plans to look into why it took more than five hours Wednesday for it to be notified that a 73-year-old, wheelchair-bound woman was missing.
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Since: Jun 12
#1 Aug 23, 2012
Typical Josephine county ineptitude. Fail at keeping their children and seniors safe. I think Jo. Co. should be sued by both the family of June Rice and the woman who was just raped in Cave Dysfunction after the cops refused to respond to her call when the attacker was at her car and door. Jo co will lose big if they are sued. They are clearly in the wrong. Voters will be paying for lawsuits instead of cops.
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