Jack Garrett, 83, who has lived in the Central Rim neighborhood about 50 years, points to the 6-foot fence that a man fleeing police jumped Friday afternoon. Garrett’s neighbor, Mrs. Lenz, saw the man jump into his yard, and he found footprints in a pile of grass that he believes were left behind when the man jumped a fence into a third yard.
Jack Garrett, 83, who has lived in the Central Rim neighborhood about 50 years, points to the 6-foot fence that a man fleeing police jumped Friday afternoon. Garrett’s neighbor, Mrs. Lenz, saw the man jump into his yard, and he found footprints in a pile of grass that he believes were left behind when the man jumped a fence into a third yard.
Jack Garrett, 83, who has lived in the Central Rim neighborhood about 50 years, points to the 6-foot fence that a man fleeing police jumped Friday afternoon. Garrett’s neighbor, Mrs. Lenz, saw the man jump into his yard, and he found footprints in a pile of grass that he believes were left behind when the man jumped a fence into a third yard.