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Archive for June 22nd, 2022

U.S. Marshals Release Age-Progressed Renderings of Alcatraz Escapees

By Steve Neavling

More than 60 years after three men escaped from the notorious Alcatraz prison, the U.S. Marshals Service is not giving up on capturing them. 

The U.S. Marshals on Wednesday released age-progressed renderings of Frank Morris and brothers Clarence and John Anglin.

The men, who would now be in their 90s, broke out of the now-closed island prison in San Francisco Bay on June 11, 1962. 

They were in prison for committing bank robberies.  

“The ongoing U.S. Marshals investigation of the 1962 escape from Alcatraz federal prison serves as a warning to fugitives,” the agency said in a statement. “That regardless of time, we will continue to look for you and bring you to justice.”

Retired FBI Agent Volunteers to Help Make Schools Safer in Ohio

By Steve Neavling

Tim Kolonick had a long career in law enforcement, including more than 20 years as an FBI agent and stints as a Cleveland police officer and Secret Service agent. 

But nothing compares to his time volunteering to help make schools safer. 

“This would be more rewarding that anything I’ve done in my career, just to give back,” Kolonick told News 5 Cleveland.

At no cost, Kolonick has offered his security expertise to Northeast Ohio schools that can’t afford it. 

“It’s completely free. At no time are we going to charge them for anything, and it’s really just walk around their school and just kind of like an eyes and ears and just point out things maybe they can improve,” Kolonick said.

Kolonick encouraged other retired federal agents and offers to help him. 

“I wasn’t surprised, it was almost expected both here and nationally. There’s agents and officers who have called from all over the country and said what can we do? I said reach out to your local school and just be a point of contact for them,” Kolonick said.