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CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS INFO ON 2005 HOMICIDE OF JULIUS BAKER

SAVANNAH, GA (August 20, 2014) – In the early morning of June 18, 2005, Julius Baker,18, was killed while walking to a store.

Baker was found in a vacant lot on East Henry Street. Backer was a recent graduate of Beach High School and had joined the Army. Police are seeking any information about Julius’ death.

Read more about the case at www.scmpd.org/cold-cases

A potential CASH reward of up to $2,500 is available for new information that leads to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for Julius Baker Jr.’s death.

All information provided to CrimeStoppers is ANONYMOUS and can be reported 24/7.

Tipsters can call CrimeStoppers at 234-2020, send an e-tip though the CrimeStoppers website, www.SavannahChathamCrimeStoppers.org by clicking on the Report Anonymously link, or by text messaging to CRIMES (274637) and inserting the keyword CSTOP2020 before the message content. TipSubmit, a Mobile App can also be used and is available for Android and Apple smartphones and tablets through the App Store. (2 photos)
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Kristina GrantThis is terrible! My thoughts and prayers are with his family.1 day ago

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ASST. CHIEF ACCEPTS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE

Asst. Chief Terry Enoch beats today's heat taking on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with a little help from Mounted Patrol! Who did he challenge... watch and see!
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MOUNTED PATROL IS KEEPING COOL

Mounted Patrol horses are staying off the street and staying cool in this Savannah heat! They are hosed down several times a day and have fans going in their stalls.

While the horses are keeping cool the riders are patrolling the streets in cars.

Mounted Patrol commander Gene Lawhorn says if it's too hot outside for you, it's probably too hot outside for your animals so keep them safe! (3 photos)
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Connie Lindsay BrownYou're such a good person Gene.1 day ago

Meryl J. O'NealThank you. I wonder about the tourists downtown who are pulled around in carriages. Hopefully they will not put these animals out in this heat!!2   ·  1 day ago

Connie Lindsay BrownBut I bet they do.1 day ago

Michelle FinchGreat way to set a good example for our community! Keep your pets safe:)1 day ago

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