How actions of quick-thinking cop became key to cracking Stafford case
At 12:29 p.m. on Easter Sunday in 2009, Detective Constable Sean Kelly got a tip: a woman named Terri owned a puffy white jacket and walked with a gait similar to that of a person seen leading eight-year-old Victoria (Tori)
Stafford away in a surveillance video, a London court heard Thursday.It wasn’t much to go on, but the Woodstock police officer immediately followed it up. As the tipster – Tori’s mother, Tara McDonald – described the location
of Terri’s house, he drew up a map and figured out the address. From there, he learned the woman’s full name: Terri-Lynn McClintic. A check of police database CPIC revealed Ms. McClintic had an outstanding warrant for
breaching a court order. Det. Const. Kelly went to her home, told her he wanted to talk about Tori and arrested her on the warrant.
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