Crimestoppers of Albany received a boost with a donation from Kiwanis Club ofDoughertyCountyon August 20. Crimestoppers seeks to reduce crime and increase public safety by offering rewards to citizens for anonymous tips that lead to arrests in criminal cases. Tipsters remain anonymous but receive a reference number that is then used to collect their reward after an arrest is made. Pictured, Jason Thornhill (left) of Crimestoppers accepts a check for $500 presented by DoCo Kiwanis president Todd Butler. Thornhill has been active with Crimestoppers inAlbanysince its re-inception here in 2006.
Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County donates to Crimestoppers
- Published: 759 days ago on August 21, 2012
- By: Staff
- Last Modified: December 17, 2012 @ 2:37 am
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