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CAPTAIN LAMBERT ADMITS HARROD COULD BE ANYWHERE

By Nate Gonner 1/18/2013

              THE CAPTAIN OF THE CASS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS THEY HAVE WIDENED THE SEARCH PARAMETERS IN ORDER TO TRY AND BRING IN A LOUISVILLE MAN WANTED TO FOR FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT AND USING A FIREARM TO COMMIT A FELONY.

 

              64 YEAR OLD STEVEN I. HARROD HAS BEEN ON THE RUN FOR AUTHORITES SINCE SHOOTING 32 YEAR OLD MICHAEL A GREEN, ONE OF HARROD TENATS, AT HIS LOUISVILLE RENTAL PROPERTY ON MONDAY EVENING.

 

              CAPTAIN DAVE LAMBERT OF THE CASS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS HARROD RENTED TEMPORARY HOUSING TO PEOPLE FOR EXTRA CASH, INCLUDING TO GREEN AND HIS GIRLFRIEND.

 

              AS FOR WHERE HARROD IS, LAMBERT ADMITS THAT IS THE MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION AT THIS POINT.

 

             LAMBERT AUDIO

 

              LAMBERT SAYS HARROD SHOULD STILL BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS BY THE PUBLIC.

              AUTHORITES ARE DESCRIBING HARROD AS STANDING 5'11 WEIGHING ROUGHLY 185 POUNDS WITH A GRAY BEARD AND GLASSES.

 

             LAMBERT ADVISES ANYONE WHO MIGHT OF SEEN HARROD IS ASKED TO CALL THEIR LOCAL LAW ENFORMCEMENT OR THE CASS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE AT (402) 296-9370.

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