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To: aknkate
The assignment was for officers on the midnight shift to inspect parked vehicles and then knock on the door of the owner’s home during the 12 a.m. to 4 a.m. time period “for an unexpected wakeup call” if they discover a situation that would lend itself to theft or vandalism.
What does that even mean? Like a car left unlocked? How often is that going to happen in this day and age? What other examples? A trike out on the lawn?
11 posted on 04/27/2012 3:43:39 AM PDT by samtheman ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ-4gnNz0vc)
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To: samtheman

My car is never locked, unless parked somewhere unsavory. Often the keys are left in the ignition. More often than not, my house is unlocked.

I still live in a “Real American” area, not some overpriced, gentrified “slum” where you live right on top of your neighbor and the gangbangers hang out down the street.


20 posted on 04/27/2012 4:54:37 AM PDT by clee1 (We use 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 2 to pull a trigger. I'm lazy and I'm tired of smiling.)
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