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Matthew Hay-Chapman's account of how he first noticed the pris…

The man in this video is Matthew Hay-Chapman. He is the homeless man credited with helping San Francisco police capture two Orange County jail fugitives last week, and he could now possibly collect $140,000 in reward money.The San Francisco Chronicle caught up with Hay-Chapman, 55, to get an account of how he first noticed the escapees.For the full story, click here:

Posted by SFGate on Wednesday, February 3, 2016

God bless Matthew Hay-Chapman and his family. Hope their lives turn around.

OC Register has more here. Lesson: Law enforcement got MULTIPLE BREAKS in this case, and would not have nailed these guys but for the HERCULEAN help of this homeless guy, which was more than simply a mere tip. Police are spread thin and Matthew’s mindset is an example for us all, looking to the future.

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