Maryland Calls Amber Alerts a Success

Print More,0,5393626.story?coll=bal%2Dlocal%2Dheadlines In 20 minutes, Maryland State Police Lt. Barry E. Leese can spread the news of a child’s kidnapping across the state of Maryland, the Baltimore Sun reports. The 28-year police veteran oversees the state’s Amber Alert system, which uses highway signs and television and radio broadcasts to notify the public of a child abduction.
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