Each development in the search for Kenneth Grauman and Gregory Bradshaw, two escaped inmates, is having an impact on those living in Dorr.
That is especially true for Sharon Fifelski, who has lived in Dorr her whole life.
"They (the fugitives) know the area. That's why the cops are having a hard time finding them," she said over dinner at a local bar called AJ's.
"I just don't feel safe in my home," she said. "I actually had deadbolts put on my doors."
Deadbolts installed on doors that normally stayed unlocked in her small town. Things have changed ever since Grauman and Bradshaw went on the run.
Helicopters were flying over a locked down Dorr Elementary School as the principal got word the escapees were spotted in the area.
Andrew Alvesteffer the principal said the school was put on lockdown, "Right when we had the kids on the bus and ready to go and school was releasing."
Nearly 500 students were pulled off buses back into classrooms. Parents waited anxiously at bus stops getting the word of the school's action.
Chad Carpenter a parent said, "A couple other ladies got phone calls, alerts. They asked them not to come up to the school the kids are safe. I just came up and made sure my daughters were OK."
An hour after the lockdown, school officials got word the threat was over and allowed parents and buses to take the kids back home.