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Crime Stoppers Host "Who Done It?" Fundraiser at Local Wineries

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RICHLAND, Wash. - It was a booze and clues kind of day for nearly 100 people who participated in Crime Stoppers "Who Done It Drive" on Saturday.

The fundraiser involved busing guests to nine local wineries for tastings, engaging them in a mystery game along the way. The money raised from the event helps support the Crime Stoppers program which does not receive tax payer dollars.

"My husband and I just really love crime movies...we like wine tasting and it just seemed like a really good combination," said Laurie Rash, a North Richland resident.

"You think you know it all, but when you actually get to the point where you think you know it all, you don't," said Kari Watkins," a Richland resident.

Participants spent about 45 minutes at each winery and the winner of the game took home a stocked 27 bottle wine fridge.

 

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