Christmas BOLO's

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kendrik578

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Just wanted to get something going on what cities or agencies does Christmas BOLO'S. I know Greensboro does theirs every year.
 
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NCFire11

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We simulcast on police, fire and ems a BOLO.

"Franklin county doppler radar has picked up..."
 

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town of Wrightsville Beach police just did a APB/BOLO for Santa just moments ago.

large man, six feet tall, white beard, wearing a red furry suit with white trim, traveling at a high rate of speed, gold SUV type vehicle with a chopped-off top, no tag, no lights but a little red reflector in the front
 
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Saanta Bolo

New York State Police Troop B used to do it, Franklin County, NY Fire dispatch does it, if call volume is down. Not tonight, Chimney fire in Bloomingdale, NY.............
 

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Wilmington Police Department did one around 9:45 last night, and gave away all of Santa's aliases (Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, St. Nick)
 

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Heard one down in Transylvania County, they were thinking about citing Santa for illegal parking on rooftops but they let him go.
 
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Mt. Olive PD used to do it all night long on Christmas Eve. Each announcement was about 30 minutes about, and the same dispatcher always worked that night, every year for at least 10 years. On each announcement, he would change the last known location of Santa. It was rather nice.

This was back when Mt. Olive PD had their own dispatcher, and dispatched for Mt. Olive Fire, Mt. Olive Rescue, Calypso Fire, Oak Wolfe Fire and Pleasant Grove Fire.

That dispatcher, was Tommy King, a great guy to know!!
 
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