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Posted: Monday, April 16, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 7:00 am, Mon Apr 16, 2012.

Asked by News-Sentinel photographer Ian Jonsson on School Street in Downtown Lodi
Eric Schneider Liane Roberts Roland Anderson Ramona Henninger Joseph Jurado
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“No. I think that some things just happen. It is unfortunate, but neighbors should still look out for each other.” “Yes. I think that if you’re on Neighborhood Watch, you shouldn’t necessarily carry a gun.” “No. We had a Neighborhood Watch that was beneficial. One bad person doesn’t ruin it for everyone.” “No. I think Neighborhood Watch is important. I’m a Neighborhood Watch captain, but I’m not a vigilante.” “No. I do Neighborhood Watch in my community, but I wouldn’t shoot anybody.”

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