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Yitzy Schleifer was dispatcher when he received a call from a woman who was trapped in a storage unit with her children—in San Francisco—but she didn't know the address. He helped police rescue them.
Shomrim of Baltimore member Yitzy Schleifer received a certificate of appreciation from the San Francisco Police Department. The certificate, shared with Pikesville Patch by the group's president Ronnie Rosenbluth, was for his work last month—during Chanukah—when he helped San Francisco police find a woman and her children who were trapped in a storage unit in that California jurisdiction. "In deepest gratitude for your outstanding performance of duty in helping an individual in San Francisco who was trapped in a lock storage facility with her children," the certificate, signed by Chief of Police Gregory P. Suhr, states. "Such an example of dedication is worthy of the highest esteem by the City of San Francisco and the San Francisco Police…
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Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Representatives of the neighborhood watch group doesn't know how the Spanish-speaking woman got the number for the mostly Orthodox Jewish group's emergency hotline—thousands of miles away.
It was 12:01 a.m. Tuesday when Shomrim of Baltimore neighborhood watch group received a call from a frantic woman, who was locked with two children in a storage unit—far away in San Francisco. "We don't know how she got our number," said Ron Rosenbluth, Shomrim vice president, noting that she may have misdialed one number when calling for help, and ended up getting Shomrim's hotline number: 410-358-9999. But, the group that patrols the neighborhoods and helps find missing people in the northwest Baltimore, Upper Park Heights, Pikesville and Greenspring areas, helped coordinate the search effort from thousands of miles away. They contacted the San Francisco Police Department, spoke with the mostly Spanish-speaking woman to get information …