Authorities crack down on retail theft rings
Shoppers are paying more for basic, already pricey goods - from baby formula and razors to makeup and vitamins - because of a new kind of organized crime that has prompted an emergency legislative hearing.
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#1 Oct 26, 2008
An emergency legislative meeting called??? Wow, big deal won't do a bit of good unless the Hayward Police dept. is properly educated or want to bother with genuine reports of activity at a residential home with all ear-marks to a big fencing operation.....and occuring over a period of probably 7 to 8 years...so in the meanwhile, group gets more sophisticated, and who knows maybe even internal police connections and advice to stay under the radar...seems maybe now could have graduated to a storage facility or maybe a storefront or warehouse setup.....oh well, some folks are simply above the law, or crooks get smarter....so after several futile attempts to alert law enforcement with substantial information we give up....
#2 Oct 26, 2008
This dude probably thinks we really didn't land on the moon, the government is witholding information about aliens from outer space, that Obama is a Muslim terrorist and that Rush Limbaugh actually has a brain!
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