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    Today's current news from the mainstream media


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    Sheriff Reshaping Kyron Horman Investigation
    Boy's Parents Say They Were Unaware Of Changes


    http://www.kptv.com/news/25025645/detail.html

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    "We have taken critical hits in all units throughout the agency to support the investigation. And we hit a critical phase," Staton said.

    The news conference was scheduled after the Portland Tribune reported that the sheriff spoke about the task force with members of the Portland Business Alliance on Wednesday morning.

    Staton said he made the decision to begin refocusing the investigation after a Friday briefing with the district attorney and detectives.

    Kyron's parents, Kaine Horman and Desiree Young, said they are scheduled to meet with investigators later this week but were unaware of any changes when called for comment by a FOX 12 reporter.
     
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    [$1M spent hunting for missing boy
    The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office has spent more than $1 million searching for a Portland boy missing since June, and the costs played a major role in the decision to reorganize the search team into a smaller task force, Sheriff Dan Staton said Wednesday.

    By Nigel Duara - The Associated Press


    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2012909570_missingboy16.html

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    PORTLAND &#8212; The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office has spent more than $1 million searching for a Portland boy missing since June, and the costs played a major role in the decision to reorganize the search team into a smaller task force, Sheriff Dan Staton said Wednesday.

    The group will consist of eight to 10 members of law enforcement from Portland metro area agencies. Staton said he didn't yet know which agencies would dedicate investigators to the Kyron Horman case.
     
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