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Car thefts on the rise in Lodi area

Lodi PD, Delta task force offer theft prevention tips

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Posted: Saturday, April 20, 2013 12:00 am

Don Haynes’ son walked outside early Sunday morning to a nasty surprise: His car was gone. He found no broken glass on the ground, no evidence left behind.

Quickly and quietly in the middle of the night, he became one of Lodi’s constantly increasing car theft victims.

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1 comment:

  • Robert Jacobs posted at 8:07 am on Mon, Apr 22, 2013.

    Robert Jacobs Posts: 298

    This is an excerpt from this article: "So it’s not a stretch to say realignment is one reason for the increase.”

    BS! This is just more fear mongering by law enforcement to keep the money rolling in, or start it rolling in again! This is about overtime and police toys!

    If the police would get out of their police cars and seriously start walking a beat then they would get to know the citizens and gain their trust and they would know whats going on in their community and some times before it even happened. Of course this take years to cultivate, but its work and the police don't want to work. They want their $50,000 60,0000 - 100,000 a year jobs driving around in a car!

    The money they could have had was pissed away by their law enforcement agency administration who couldn't be bothered to save and invest monies that were available for decades! They just couldn't be frugal, its a spend, spend and spend some more mentality!

    Stop blaming crime on other things and take some of the much deserved blame where is belongs, on you! Stop bitching and do your damn jobs! if you find it too difficult or you no longer like your job you could always quit and sell shoes for a living!



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