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Hurley police fingerprint students

 

Ralph Ansami/Daily Globe

HURLEY POLICE Chief Chris Colassaco, right, and officer Don Packmayer take fingerprints from kindergarteners Jack Smith and Kayle Neill Wednesday at the Hurley K-12 School.

HURLEY - In addition to providing valuable evidence in case they become lost or abducted, Wednesday's fingerprinting session at the Hurley K-12 school allowed students to bond with police officers.

Police Chief Chris Colassaco and officer Don Packmayer began the collection effort early in the morning in Tonette Obradovich's kindergarten classroom, where the students were eager to dab their fingers in the ink.

Colassaco explained to the youngsters that no two fingerprints are alike before each student went through the five-minute process.

In Obradovich's classroom, there was 100 percent coop...



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