Sources (in order):
Police Chief Greg Hestness
Lynn Wondergem - student
Lt. Nancy Dunlap, head of the Minneapolis police department's sex crime unit
Betsy Sandberg - student
The quotes are scattered throughout the article for the most part, but are used to really start and end the story on a stronger note as well.
The quotes were not all just â€śofficialâ€?type statements, there were also personal statements that added a human element to the article.
The quotes from the two female students gave the reader a sense of how the event was affecting the community.
For the most part, the author followed the â€śnoun/ pronoun before the saidâ€? rule we learned in class. I think when he didn't follow the rule it was to add variety to the structure or to make the sentence more clear.
I thought the article's use of attributions worked well, but I wouldn't have put quotes from two female students in the article. The were not victims or witnesses so whatever they have to say can't be too important to the story. I think one quote from a general female student would have been enough to capture the community-feel.