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Sweep of Lodi parolees leads to several arrests

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Posted: Saturday, May 19, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 10:03 am, Sat May 19, 2012.

Lodi resident Stacy Lee Knutson sat in the grass of his front yard, handcuffed, with his young, smiling son wiggling in his lap. His daughter played with her pink bouncy ball, weaving in and out of a circle of roughly 10 police officers and detectives from Lodi, Stockton and San Joaquin County.

Knutson’s home was just one of 220 places targeted to be visited in a citywide sweep conducted by the Lodi Police Department with the help of the Stockton Police Department, San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office, San Joaquin County Probation Department, California Highway Patrol, Manteca Police Department, Galt Police Department, California State Parole, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office.

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  • Tracy Billingsly Bailey posted at 2:57 am on Thu, Jul 5, 2012.

    whtever Posts: 1

    [offtopic]what are we as citizens doing to help those who have commited a crime and recieved a felony, done their sentence in jail or prison and need to provide for their family. do we help them find a job or offer them one? or do we turn our noses up at them and say tuff shi%^$ its your problem not mine? well it seems to be everybodies problem in one way or another. and as human beings we all have a responsibility to help eachother without judgement and condemnation. if the felone can't work he goes back to what he/she knows, be it burglarizing, drug dealing, prostitution,or what have you. we all have to support our families, and we all have to help our fellow man.

  • wendy coe posted at 7:20 am on Sun, May 20, 2012.

    wendy coe Posts: 39

    Will the arrest happen as in the Stockton sweep, that they were just released?

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