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East Grand Forks firefighter Ryan Swang uses a radio receiver to locate a missing person in a demonstration Saturday. It took him about 15 minutes to find a police employee wearing a radio transmitter hiding in the neighborhood behind City Hall. Photo credit: Tu-Uyen Tran / Grand Forks Herald.

East Grand Forks police launch program to track vulnerable people prone to wandering

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Garrett Lamb, a 4-year-old East Grand Forks boy, is what his father Daree calls a “bolter.” He’s scared the elder Lamb on more than a few occasions when he ran off and disappeared somewhere as children with autistic disorders tend to do.

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Tu-Uyen Tran
Tran is an enterprise reporter with the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He began his newspaper career in 1999 as a reporter for the Grand Forks Herald, now owned by Forum Communications. He began working for the Forum in September 2014. Tran grew up in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington.
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