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Posted: Saturday, May 21, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 10:10 am, Wed Jan 30, 2013.

Clad in 20-pound bulletproof vests, officers from eight different law enforcement agencies swept through Lodi on Friday evening conducting parole and probation searches. The effort focused on the northern part of San Joaquin County and featured nine separate teams knocking on doors to make sure subjects weren't violating conditions of their release. Each team included a combination of state, federal and local law enforcement officials.

"We plan these sweeps months in advance," said Sgt. Doug Chinn, of the Lodi Police Department. "There has to be communication with a lot of different agencies to get everyone on the same page."

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  • Joe Baxter posted at 12:08 pm on Sat, May 21, 2011.

    Joe Baxter Posts: 1913

    Some people just refuse to obey the law. They refuse to follow the rules for their conditional release from prison. So, back they go. Adios & good riddance. It is too bad the prison population can't house more of these idiots,

  • Robert Jacobs posted at 11:39 am on Sat, May 21, 2011.

    Robert Jacobs Posts: 298

    If the law enforcement do not have video I don't believe a damnn thing they say!



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