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Fugitive Safe Surrender - Nashville, TN

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Road sign on Jefferson Street exit along I-40 A volunteer lends encouragement to those who enter
 Jefferson Street exit along I-40 on day 2. A volunteer lends encouragement to those who enter.
   
Leaving the church, a woman finds relief and support Nationally, the program’s 4000th safe surrender occurred in Nashville, TN on 8/02/2007.
 Leaving the church, a woman finds relief and support. Nationally, the program’s 4000th safe surrender occurred in Nashville, TN on 8/02/2007.
   
Pastor William R. Harris addresses the media U.S. Marshal Denny W. King addresses the media
Pastor William R. Harris addresses the media at his church, the Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, 2021 Herman St., Nashville, TN, at the news conference, 7/18/2007. U.S. Marshal Denny W. King addresses the media at the Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, 2021 Herman St., Nashville, TN, at the news conference, 7/18/2007.
 
   

Media coverage in Nashville, TN

Fugitive Safe Surrender billboard in Nashville

Media coverage was strong in Nashville. Television stations went live on day 4.

Fugitive Safe Surrender billboards dot the landscape in Nashville along I-40 and other highways. Electronic billboards courtesy of Lamar Outdoor Advertising.

 

Dr. Sim Hassler, Pastor of the Antioch First Baptist Church

Dr. Sim Hassler, Pastor of the Antioch First Baptist Church, posts a sign at his church in support of the program.
 

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