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Jude Meldrem holds 2-year-old Lily as she high-fives Officer Les Martin before the National Night Out Against Crime meeting got underway Tuesday evening.

Jude Meldrem holds 2-year-old Lily as she high-fives Officer Les Martin before the National Night Out Against Crime meeting got underway Tuesday evening. Photo by Kelley McCall.

The theme for the National Night Out Against Crime in Jefferson City on Tuesday night was simple.

Get back to the basics.

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For the past few months, there have been a number of car break-ins throughout the city. In many cases, police noted that the cars were not locked, making it easy for criminals to get in and take whatever they wanted.

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