The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on April 4, 1990 · 10
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 10

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Pg 10 The Lincoln Star STATE Wednesday. April 4, 1990 Woman says she saw Jill Cutshall in Omaha Father Flanagan's Boys' Home opens emergency youth shelter in Sanford, Fla. j SANFORD, Fla. (AP) - Father Flanagan's Boys' Home officially opened its 15-bed Sanford emergency youth shelter Tuesday morning, officials said. The shelter will become part of the first "super site" outside the original campus at Boys Town, Neb. It is part of Boys Town's national expansion pro gram, ana children who are abused, abandoned The Sanford facility annually win pro- or otherwise cannot stay in their own vide emergency short-term treatment, homes. Boys Town said in a news re-care and shelter to about 350 runaways lease. Norfolk police captain says he doesn't remember call, one of scores received. NORFOLK (AP) - The wife of a former Osmond police chief said she believes she saw Jill Cutshall near downtown Omaha the night the girl disappeared from the steps of her baby sitter's home in Norfolk. Sherriee Taylor said she is frustrated with what appears to be a lack of response by the Norfolk police to the information she provided. Taylor said she and her husband, Gai-ryn, were living in Omaha at the time of Jill's August 1987 disappearance and were driving near downtown Omaha about 11:30 p.m. "MY HUSBAND recognized a station wagon up ahead that had Madison County license plates," she told the Norfolk Daily News. "So, we pulled up alongside to see if it was anybody we knew. Basically, it was just nosiness. "There was a little girl in the front seat I remember thinking that it was awfully late for a parent to have a girl that age out at night," Taylor said. "She had her head down, but then she looked up and I thought, 'What a pretty girL' But she looked tired," Taylor said. The driver of the car was a man who appeared to be in his late 20s with light-brown hair, a J-day-oW beard and a red-and-white plaid shirt with its sleeves rolled up, she said. "He kept biting his lip and looking at us out of the corner of his eye," she said. News reports of Jill Cutshall's disap pearance surfaced the next day, she said. "When I saw a picture of her, I said, 'I think that's the gal we saw last night,'" Taylor said. The next morning, Taylor called the Norfolk Police Division and spoke with CapL Gene Buss. "I remember the call distinctly because CapL Buss told me to tell my husband hello for him . . . that tbey knew each other," she said. "I gave him my information and my phone number, but I never heard from the Norfolk police again." Buss said be doesnt remember receiving Taylor's call, but expressed confidence that all the information received in early days of the Cutshall case had been reviewed by investigators. "WE HAD A LOT of calls like that at first people saying they had seen someone in a car someplace and so on we got tons of those," Buss said. "I know that everything we got was checked out." Norfolk Police Chief William Mizner on Tuesday said officers were in the process of searching computer-stored information on calls and tips received on the Cutshall case. Not every person who provides information needs to be interviewed a second time, Mizner said. The lack of a second interview also does not mean police officers aren't following up on information. Taylor's call would have arrived at a time of unprecedented activity at the Norfolk Police Division. Dispatchers reported receiving more than 180 calls in the first 24 hours after the girl was reported missing. Rookie deputy saves young inmate from hanging self in county jail cell PAPILUON (AP) - A rookie Sarpy County sheriffs deputy, working his first shift after completing law-enforcement training, saved a prisoner who tried to hang himself in a county jail celL Sheriff Pat Thomas said Deputy Brad Smith found the 18-year-old inmate hanging in a cell at 12:15 a.m. Monday. 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