Olympia police officers Javier Sola Del Vigo, left, and Paul Frailey keep an eye on activities during a nighttime walking patrol in downtown Olympia in 2015. Nighttime walking patrols were cut in 2016 but are set to return this year after voters in November approved a property tax increase.
Olympia police officers Javier Sola Del Vigo, left, and Paul Frailey keep an eye on activities during a nighttime walking patrol in downtown Olympia in 2015. Nighttime walking patrols were cut in 2016 but are set to return this year after voters in November approved a property tax increase. Tony Overman Olympian file photo
Olympia police officers Javier Sola Del Vigo, left, and Paul Frailey keep an eye on activities during a nighttime walking patrol in downtown Olympia in 2015. Nighttime walking patrols were cut in 2016 but are set to return this year after voters in November approved a property tax increase. Tony Overman Olympian file photo

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