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City of Lodi receives grant to fight against gang crimes

Chief Mark Helms of the Lodi Police Department gives a presentation on gangs to the Lodi City Council.

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  • Jamie Scarbrough posted at 7:03 pm on Wed, Mar 21, 2012.

    Jamie Scarbrough Posts: 15

    Start charging the gang members as adults even if they are under 18yrs of age. This isnt just happening in Lodi I live in Woodbridge and on the 15th of this month at 1035pm gang members shot a 22 caliber weapon 8 times at two juveniles who were in the park (after hours) just 20 feet away from my front door.


  • Bill Stamos posted at 5:08 pm on Wed, Mar 21, 2012.

    skilos Posts: 93

    I remember when I was growing up in Lodi; we didn't even have a key to our house and if we needed a key we could go down to the five and dime and buy one that probably opened most doors in town. How things have changed!



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