Crime Stoppers Eyeopener Breakfast

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Sixty-five corporate tables were sold for the annual fundraiser, thirteen more than last year's previous all-time high.

Police coordinator, Barry Pruitt, says since the local chapter began in 1989, "Crime Stoppers" has solved 1,114 crimes, and recovered $273,842 worth of stolen merchandise.

This year's breakfast made $7,000 for "Crime Stoppers," $2,000 more than last year.

Warren Circuit Judge, Steve Wilson, served as master of ceremonies. Bowling Green Police detective, Barry Raley, was the guest speaker.