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OSBI Using Playing Cards To Bring Attention To Unsolved Murder Cases

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering up to a $10,000 reward for information that could help them solve a nine-year-old Craig County double homicide.  

Read more at: http://www.newson6.com/story/36808527/osbi-using-playing-cards-to-bring-attention-to-unsolved-murder-cases

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.ourgazette.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_97353562-b291-11e7-b74c-2f3e1a8ca222.html

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.berkeleyind.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_6b78d330-b1dc-11e7-9651-3b610e1e2e5e.html

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.journalscene.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_8c3fbece-b04e-11e7-84dd-4732f9fb244a.html

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files …

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.journalscene.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_8c3fbece-b04e-11e7-84dd-4732f9fb244a.html

Inmates can buy playing cards featuring cold case murders

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma authorities are hoping to solve unsolved killings and other cold cases by selling decks of playing cards that feature the cases to prisoners.

The state Bureau of Investigation and state Department of Correction showcased the cards Wednesday. The decks are reminiscent of those distributed in 2003 to help U.S. troops identify members of Saddam Hussein’s government during the Iraq War.

Bureau of Investigation Director Stan Florence says similar programs in Florida, Colorado, Connecticut and South Carolina have garnered information that helped solve about 40 homicides.

The cards are being sold at six of the state’s approximately two dozen prisons at $1.42 per pack and will eventually be the only playing cards available at the other facilities.

Oklahoma has approximately 27,000 inmates.

Read more at: http://nypost.com/2017/10/11/inmates-can-buy-playing-cards-featuring-cold-case-murders/