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Former police officer says Port Clinton police followed proper protocols in Harley Dilly case

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Former police officer says Port Clinton police followed proper protocols in Harley Dilly case

Former police officer says Port Clinton police followed proper protocols in Harley Dilly case

A private investigator and former Akron police officer who followed the Harley Dilly case closely said he believes that Port Clinton police followed proper protocols for a missing persons case.

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