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Tuesday, Aug 13 2013 06:00 AM

A 'Night Out' against crime

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Aubri Doe, 12, reels in a prize at the Mountain Pathways booth Tuesday, Aug. 6, during the National Night Out crime prevention event in Central Park. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

Dino Angelone, plan operations manager for the Tehachapi Hospital, serves up a grilled hot dog Tuesday, Aug. 6, during the National Night Out crime prevention event in Central Park. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

Tehachapi Hospital nursing manager Gayle Kular points out some of the features of the the new hospital to Oak Knolls resident Ken Dobbe at the Tehachapi Hospital's National Night Out exhibit. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

Hall Ambulance explorer Ashley Benskin gives a tour of an ambulance to David Combs, 4, Alanna Zigger, 10, Colby Zigger, 8, and Brenden Zigger, 5. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

Tehachapi police chief Jeff Kermode looks out over the crowd from horseback Tuesday, Aug. 6, at the National Night Out crime prevention event in Central Park. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

Eight-year-old Kaitlin Walker, left, and her sister Allison, 6, have some fun with mascots from Tompkins Elementary and Jacobsen Middle Schools. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

Over 15 local businesses and organizations set up informational and interactive exhibits in Central Park Tuesday, Aug. 6, to celebrate the annual National Night Out crime prevention event. Gregory D. Cook / Tehachapi News

More than 15 local businesses and organizations turned out Tuesday, Aug. 6, to celebrate National Night Out in Central Park.

The annual national event, sponsored locally by the Tehachapi Police Department and Tehachapi Collaborative, is an effort to raise awareness of local crime and drug prevention programs, family and child safety and gang awareness.

The family friendly event drew a nice crowd again this year.

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