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Saratoga Springs officials say police did not cover up report of rape

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City public safety officials continue to defend their decision not to release information to the public after a rape was reported Sept. 1 in the Lake Avenue-East Avenue area. An Internet petition signed by more than 100 people surfaced this week, demanding that authorities offer a “more comprehensive explanation of the decision to not alert the public of the details of the Sept. 1 rape.” “It has become clear that there are numerous citizens of ...

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