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2009.09.09 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***
Another search for Hasanni Campbell planned for Sunday
Posted: 09/09/2009 05:27:30 PM PDT
Organizers are planning another search for 5-year-old Hasanni Campbell, the disabled Fremont boy who was reported missing a month ago.
Sherri Miller, who has been at the helm of the search effort from the start, said she has 150 people signed up to search the Rockridge neighborhood, Lake Temescal, Lake Merritt and various neighborhoods leading to the Berkeley Marina on Sunday.
"We plan to go door-to-door in Rockridge and then search for him in a two-mile radius," said Miller, owner of All in One Stop print shop in San Leandro. Miller has donated thousands of fliers and T-shirts with Hasanni's picture on them since he was reported missing Aug. 10 by his foster father, Louis Ross.
Miller said volunteers for Sunday should meet at noon at the College Avenue Presbyterian Church, 5951 College Ave., in Oakland.
In addition of donations of food for the volunteers, Miller said she needs 10,000 fliers by Saturday and is asking print shops to donate them.
"We need money or the big printing companies to step up and help," she said. To help, call Miller at 510-276-9090.
Miller said she also is trying to set up a fundraising event at James Leitch Elementary School in Fremont, where Hasanni is registered for the first grade, on his sixth birthday, Sept. 24.
The boy's younger sister will not be returning to the couple and remains in protective custody while the police department's homicide investigation is ongoing. The case switched from a missing-person case to a homicide case late last month. Police subsequently arrested Ross and Campbell, 30, but Alameda County prosecutors refused to file criminal charges, and the two were released from jail.
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