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D.C. police have searched the areas where Tatum and Relisha Rudd were seen together.
The 911 dispatch errors have not had any connection with the D.C. Police Department.
Coming to a stop and inching up won't trigger a red light camera to issue to ticket, Lanier says.
Running for mayor has never crossed Lanier's mind.
Current contract runs through 2017, but ends halfway through next mayor's new term.
"Sam is the real-life McGruff," Lanier says.
Sam the bloodhound has helped in the search for Relisha Rudd and is helping in the department's reach to kids.
The D.C. Police Department is getting as many as five tips a day about the Rudd case.
Lanier says some hoax Relisha Rudd pages are being set up online and are throwing things off the case.
Grassroots efforts to get Relisha Rudd info are appreciated and can help, Lanier says.
When it comes to preventing something like this happening again, Lanier says school resource officers are talking with kids and educating them about being careful with adults that aren't a part of their family.
The case is not about to be closed, she says of the Rudd case.
The department knows of the children at the shelter who Tatum had contact with.
When searching in the park for Rudd, Lanier says the department was hoping they didn’t find the worst, but had to search the park because that is where evidence pointed them.
Lanier says the department spoke with a man related to the search for Relisha Rudd. The man had contact with Kahlil Tatum. He approached police and he has been cooperating with police, Lanier says.
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