Knox County Sheriff’s Office Deputy David Fagin holding a Remington 870 Pump Shot Gun standing watch outside the old Edina hotel, on East Lafayette Street, Friday morning, June 1, 2012. Local law enforcement officials from the Edina Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office were looking for Hap Howland who was released from the Adiar County Jail less than 24-hours earlier on his own recognizance.

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Knox County Sheriff’s Office Deputy David Fagin holding a Remington 870 Pump Shot Gun standing watch outside the old Edina hotel, on East Lafayette Street, Friday morning, June 1, 2012. Local law enforcement officials from the Edina Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office were looking for Hap Howland who was released from the Adiar County Jail less than 24-hours earlier on his own recognizance.

Knox County Sheriff’s Office Deputy David Fagin holding a Remington 870 Pump Shot Gun standing watch outside the old Edina hotel, on East Lafayette Street, Friday morning, June 1, 2012. Local law enforcement officials from the Edina Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff’s Office were looking for Hap Howland who was released from the Adiar County Jail less than 24-hours earlier on his own recognizance.

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