Sheriff Toelke praises Baby Abby rescue efforts
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Sheriff Toelke praises Baby Abby rescue efforts

Date: October 4, 2006
By: Rachel Bunning
State Capitol Bureau

Intro: Franklin Country Sheriff Gary Toelke praised everyone involved in the Baby Abby rescue at a press conference held by Governor Blunt.

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Franklin County Sheriff Gary Toelke says he is especially proud of the effort that went into the case.

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Description: Toelke states Baby Abby's rescue was the highlight of his career and praises the work of all involved.
 
Toelke also recognized the cooperation of the many jurisdictions that helped on the case.
 
Infant Abigaile Woods was kidnapped weeks ago from her Franklin County home, thanks to the efforts of police staff and other volunteers she was returned safely in a matter of days.

The Governor thanked everyone who helped in the effort to rescue the baby girl.

Blunt also unveiled a new plan making mobile Amber Alert's mandatory on state owned mobile devices.

From the Capitol, I'm Rachel Bunning.

 

 

 


Intro: Governor Blunt held a press conference thanking everyone involved with the rescue and return effort in the Baby Abby case. RunTime:
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Governor Matt Blunt officially thanked Franklin Country Sheriff Gary Toelke and his staff after the successful rescue in the Baby Abby kidnapping case.

Toelke took time to praise all involved in the rescue efforts.

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Description: Toelke says people put in many hours of work and some had to be forced to go home.

Sheriff Toelke also spoke highly of the cooperation between the many jurisdictions that worked together on the case.

 

Infant Abigaile Woods was kidnapped weeks ago from her Franklin County home, thanks to the efforts of police staff and information provided through the Amber Alert system Baby Abby was returned in a matter of days. 

The Governor announced a new plan to add over one thousand people to the Amber Alert system through the use of state owned mobile devices.

From the Capitol, I'm Rachel Bunning.