A team of 36 law enforcers has been unable to find Timothy Berner, the suspect in the June 4 killing of Sterling Heights, Mi., police officer Mark Sawyers, reports the Detroit Free Press. Twenty police detectives have been joined by 16 deputies from the U.S. Marshals Service collectively working 24 hours a day, seven days a week on the case. The car of Berner, 33, was spotted fleeing the scene; police said he wanted Sawyers' handgun to rob banks. Criminal justice experts say that even with instantaneous transmittal of news on television and the Internet, and despite high . . .
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