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May 04, 2018

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This "hit and run" epidemic has to be curtailed. I will continue to post my own articles basically advertising the substantial rewards available to the public for information leading to the arrest of these law breakers. $50,000 is the kind of motivation that will lead to the public to start getting involved in order to help neighbors and the community. Kudos to the LA City Council and the LAPD for getting out front on this issue.

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23506 Nov 2017
Chief Michel R. Moore

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