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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Steve Cordes
After police arrived, the girl's mother took away the phone, Mr. Cordes said.
"We talked with her and we convinced her if she told us where she lives, we would bring her McDonald's," said Steve Cordes, executive director of QuadCom's emergency center, which covers Carpentersville. "She finally gave us her address. So we sent the police over — with no McDonald's."