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on May 15, 2009
Although it's always sad to hear of someone's demise, I am very happy that this person was arrested. Good work Danville police!
Seems this person has been in the business for some time and is not very good at it. Here is a link to a similar arrest a few years ago.
Thank you Danville Police for keeping our neighborhoods safe!
Great Job Danville PD. Always near when you need them.
While we are fortunate to live in a still fairly safe community, this tells us we are easy marks for criminals. Fortunately, they caught one of the burglars, but where is the other one? Probably waiting to steal another car and do it again when his partner gets out of jail.
Our town's turning evermore into a ghetto by the day. We're on the map. Windemere brought them here. The group homes brought them here. And all their homeboys got wind of us through these means.
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