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Robin Brolaski of Gulfport describes how the helped U.S. Marshals capture a fugitive at a Burger King in Biloxi. Marshals had shown Brolaski a mug shot earlier where she works at a nearby apartment complex. She had seen the man before, but didn’t know him. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald
Robin Brolaski of Gulfport describes how the helped U.S. Marshals capture a fugitive at a Burger King in Biloxi. Marshals had shown Brolaski a mug shot earlier where she works at a nearby apartment complex. She had seen the man before, but didn’t know him. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald

She stopped for a soda and saw a wanted man. She left with a high-five.

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