Safe rooms at police stations could be lifesavers
A nearly two-decade old shooting highlighted the need for stations to have safe rooms that are rarely used for anything else
By Lori Kurtzman
The Columbus Dispatch
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio. — The last time Debbie Butsko could walk, she ran.
Her husband was right behind her. Charles Vonschriltz had a gun, and he didn't care where they were.
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