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Ms. Deloach and Mr. Nelson both received Citizens Awards of Commendation today for their assistance in catching a neighborhood burglar in late May. Their swift action and community vigilance led to the quick apprehension of the suspect. Way to go! ... See MoreSee Less

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SAFE Shelter Director Cheryl Branch visited and addressed Savannah-Chatham police department commanders this morning. The mission of SAFE Shelter, Inc., Center for Domestic Violence Services is to prevent domestic violence, protect victims and promote change in lives, families and the community. ... See MoreSee Less

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SAFE Shelter, Inc., Center for Domestic Violence ServicesIt was an honor to be invited to speak at SCMPD's commanders. Maj. Robert Gavin, who is also the Vice-president of the SAFE Shelter Board of Directors, arranged for me to speak. I'm proud to say the shelter has enjoyed a long partnership with SCMPD. Without the support of the commanders, precinct captains and patrol officers, we couldn't provide our clients, victims of domestic violence, the comprehensive services they so desperately need.7 hours ago   ·  3
Claire McCluskeyThank you Cheryl Branch for all you do for our community.49 minutes ago

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UPDATE: Mr. Hood has been found safe. Thank you for your help!

Have you seen this man? Chester Hood, 69, is missing.

We was last seen around 7am Tuesday, in the 1000 block of West 52nd Street. He was wearing an Atlanta Falcons hat, blue jeans, and a black t-shirt that is too small. (His belly hangs out of the shirt.) He is 5'10" and weighs 245 pounds. He drags his right leg when he walks.

If you have information on Mr. Hood's whereabouts, please call 911!
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