Columbus Shooting Probe Cost More Than $3 Million

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The investigation that led to an arrest in the serial shootings in central Ohio involved more than 10 law-enforcement agencies and cost taxpayers more than $3 million, reports the Columbus Dispatch. That's about $750,000 per month during the four-month investigation into shootings that killed Gail Knisley, 62, and damaged vehicles, a school, homes and two
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