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You may have wondered how the Christian County Crime Stoppers gets the money to pay for information.  Crime Stoppers Coordinator Officer Alan Mills says some of it comes from the criminals themselves:

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Mills, who is a Taylorville Police officer, says the clandestine payouts are handled by Crime Stoppers board members:

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Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for information that leads to an arrest, while those supplying the information remain completely anonymous.

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