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Haile Plantation resident reacts to news of rape suspect arrest


Relief is one way to describe how residents living in the Haile Plantation neighborhood are feeling after hearing the news of the arrest of Andrew Payne.  The 2008 brutal rape changed the way the residents moved around their neighborhood for months, especially joggers. Earlier today, Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Strasser spoke with Haile Plantation resident Lola Haskins about her thoughts on the arrest of rape suspect Andrew Payne.

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