Aug. 16, 2010
Release the hounds
11:23 p.m. — 4000 block of Clark Road. Petit Theft. When a homeless man left a restaurant without paying, a restaurant employee chased him down the street. The man ducked into the woods and disappeared. The sheriff’s office called out its helicopter and K-9s to track him down. The copter detected a heat source that turned out to be the suspect. He was captured and taken to jail. The grand total of the bill he skipped — $40.
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- He got a free dinner AND a room at Knight's Inn on Ringling for the night. Not to mention breakfast and perhaps more.
On of the reason we have so much crime is that it is so profitable.
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