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Sheriff: Be alert for fall crime in Marshall County

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The end of the summer season can mean more opportunity for crime in Marshall County. (KTEN) The end of the summer season can mean more opportunity for crime in Marshall County. (KTEN)

MADILL, Okla. -- Now that the summer season is over, Marshall County Sheriff's deputies are asking citizens to keep an eye out for suspicious activity.

The county's population significantly increases during lake season. But now tourist numbers are down, and lake properties sit idle. That could mean trouble.

"The people who live down here full-time are a little more patterned than during tourist season, so it's a little easier to see those patterns emerge... and better yet, when those patterns are not what they should be," Sheriff Danny Cryer said.

Give the sheriff's office a call if you observe any suspicious activity.

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