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This subreddit is for documenting and ranting about ongoing crime in Portland, OR and for posting interesting innovative strategies on how to deal with crime. Portland and a lot of cities are suffering through a crime wave. If you have more than one pic choose an image hosting service like DO NOT post calls to violence. Do not assume just because there is stolen property near a particular individual/tent/house/etc that that person is responsible.

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2023.03.25 00:02 meet_me_at_the_barre [On Patrol: Live] Live Thread March 24, 2023

Welcome to the live thread for Friday, March 24th, 2023

Hosts: Dan Abrams, Sean "Sticks" Larkin, and Curtis Wilson
Episode Description: Hosts Dan Abrams, retired Tulsa Police Department Sgt. Sean "Sticks" Larkin, and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson provide analysis as law enforcement officers on patrol across the country are followed in real time. Show airs from 9pm - 12am EDT
Tonight's lineup: Volusia County Sheriff’s and Daytona Beach Police - Fl; Wilkes-Barre Police - PA; Beech Grove Police - In; Nye County Sheriff’s - NV; Toledo Police - OH; Richland County Sheriff’s and Berkeley County Sheriff’s - SC

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We have a Discord server to chat about the show and bingo!
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Suicide is no joke. Your life is worth living. If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts please get help. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available. Call or text 988
Your local hospital requires donor blood to give people in need the best chance at life. The need is constant, as there is always a shortage. You can find a blood drive here or by calling 1-800-733-2767
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2023.03.24 23:09 HallandBurner On Friday, gardaí (Irish police) confirmed her Annie McCarrick disappearance is now being treated as murder
The mother of an American woman who disappeared in Ireland 30 years ago has said she hopes a new murder inquiry will "bring up something new".
Annie McCarrick, who was 26 at the time, had been living in Dublin when she went missing on 26 March 1993.
Despite searches at the time and in the years since, no trace of her has been found.
On Friday, gardaí (Irish police) confirmed her disappearance is now being treated as murder.
Speaking to Irish broadcaster RTÉ, Annie McCarrick's mother Nancy said that she would "love to be able to find" her and bring her home to Long Island, New York.
She said she hopes the police will now review all the evidence and information received to date.
"That's what they said they will do, which is just great, really it is," she added.
"I think it's the best we could hope for."
IMAGE SOURCE,GARDA Image caption, Ms McCarrick had been living in Dublin at the time she went missing
Asked if the family was holding out any hope that her daughter could still be alive, Mrs McCarrick said she did not think that was "remotely possible".
"I did for a very, very, very long time but not after 30 years," she said.
She appealed to anyone with any information about the disappearance of her only child to speak to the police.
Mrs McCarrick said there was "nothing more important" anyone could do, even with the smallest bit of information.
"You never know how helpful it might be," she added.
Asked how difficult the last 30 years had been for her family, Mrs McCarrick said "time helps a great deal, it really does".
"You do the best you can and you just go along, you don't have a choice."
IMAGE SOURCE,PA MEDIA Image caption, Police confirmed on Friday that Ms McCarrick's disappearance is now being treated as a murder inquiry
The last confirmed sighting of Ms McCarrick was captured on CCTV, shortly before 11:00 local time on the day she went missing, at a bank on Sandymount Road close to where she lived in Dublin.
There were also reported sightings in the Sandymount Green area; of her boarding the number 44 bus bound for Enniskerry in County Wicklow; and a number of further reported sightings in Enniskerry village and at Johnny Fox's pub in the Dublin Mountains.
At a press conference on Friday morning, Det Supt Eddie Carroll said police are "satisfied that it is more likely now that Annie came to a foul demise".
Ms McCarrick was an only child and her father John passed away in 2009.
She was described as 5ft 8in (1.72m) in height and 10 stone (63.5kg), with long brown hair.
Gardaí said she spoke with a soft Irish-American accent and when she disappeared it is believed she was in possession of a large brown leather bag.
Det Supt Carroll urged anyone with information to come forward.
"I appeal to any person who has information relative to Annie's murder not to assume we know and/or that it has limited value.
"Let us make that decision."
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