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Welcome Back: The Best of Cops Corner

November 12, 2009

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Cops Corner 11.12.09

Cops Corner 11.12.09

November 12, 2009

A cosmetics store manager said two women walked into the store, placed 13 bottles of perfume into a basket, dumped the basket into their purses and walked out the door.

Cops Corner 11.06.09

Cops Corner 11.06.09

November 5, 2009

A husband and wife returned to their home and noticed that nearly $200,000 worth of jewelry and silver flatware had been stolen. They found a small pry mark on their sliding glass door, and the latch had been broken.

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Cops Corner

October 29, 2009

Complainant called police to report a strange dog was trying to get into her house.

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Cops Corner

October 22, 2009

Complainant said someone was walking in between houses, asking for money.

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Cops Corner

October 15, 2009

A church employee said someone had entered the church and stolen $10 in change from a closet. The thief also moved a wheelchair and scribbled some unknown things on a dry-erase board. Deputies were able to pull fingerprints from the wheelchair.

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Cops Corner

October 8, 2009

A sandwich-shop employee allowed a man to use the store’s phone. The employee recognized the man, because he often hangs out in front of the shop. The phone is located near the counter, where a tip jar sits. After the man hung up the phone and left, the employee noticed the tip jar was empty.

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Cops Corner

October 1, 2009

A woman said someone stole a spear gun from her pool deck.

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Cops Corner

September 24, 2009

A deputy who responded to a call about a box truck that backed into a ditch found the driver standing in the middle of the road, throwing his belongings to the ground “for no apparent reason.”

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Cops Corner

September 17, 2009

A man parked his car in a public beach parking lot. He left it unlocked with a wallet and MP3 player inside. When he returned to the car, the items were no longer there.



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