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December 31, 2011

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You call this police department? Come one charlie can't you do any better?? You spend your days patrolling streets that don't need your protection. Those streets actually have neighbors that check on one another.

You have a paramilitary organization under your control. They treat the actual tax paying citizens like Monkeys in a Zoo.

I once saw two cops make faces at me while I was chained, 1/2 naked to a bed and screaming. You are not doing enough.

I hope you trace my IP address because then I will file a lawsuit. Tell Antonio he will see the Gov's office over my dead body!!!! The Valley is done paying.

Congratulations on your great police work to catch the serial arsonist!

I agree! Someone in law enforcement observed and acted. I heard it was a volunteer for the Sherrifs department. Who actually knows, except perhaps the correct enforcement agency. Please tell all your brothers and sisters thank you! Well done!

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