Jail time in Dec. break-ins

Jail time in Dec. break-ins

There are 2 comments on the Evening Sun story from Sep 8, 2010, titled Jail time in Dec. break-ins. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

The Mechanicsburg man police identified by the cell phone he allegedly left at the scene of one of the two December burglaries in Hanover will spend nine to 23 months in jail.

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Rod

Baltimore, MD

#1 Sep 9, 2010
Why is it necessary to keep reporting details about how law enforcement tracked down the guilty parties? The general public doesn't need to know how they were caught and certainly the criminals and future criminals don't need to know either. I am repulsed by this practice of cultivating criminals who will know better how to avoid capture, prosecution, incarceration, ect!
Invader

Thurmont, MD

#2 Sep 9, 2010
If someone wants to take my utility bill, I'll happily leave it taped to my door. I can save them the trouble of breaking in. I'd even leave a 6-pack by the door as a "Thank You!".

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