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Police: Health, safety checks can help solve cases

1:18 PM, May 19, 2013
A Cleveland police patrol car sits in front of the boarded up home of Ariel Castro in Cleveland Tuesday, May 14, 2013. As questions linger about how three women could have been hidden in the house on a busy street in Cleveland for a decade, local law enforcement officials say they take a 'common sense' approach when they're called to check on someone's safety
A Cleveland police patrol car sits in front of the boarded up home of Ariel Castro in Cleveland Tuesday, May 14, 2013. As questions linger about how three women could have been hidden in the house on a busy street in Cleveland for a decade, local law enforcement officials say they take a 'common sense' approach when they're called to check on someone's safety
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As questions linger about how three women could have been hidden in a house on a busy street in Cleveland for a decade, local law enforcement officials say they take a "common sense" approach when they're called to check on someone's safety.

"If we get a call to check something out, our intent is to check something out," Brown County Sheriff's Capt. David Konrath said.

On calls known as welfare checks, officers routinely respond to observe the health condition of a caller's relative or neighbor. The calls can be the starting point for missing person or death investigations. Sometimes officers ...

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