Luna County Sheriff cracks down on ca...

Luna County Sheriff cracks down on cattle rustling

There are 4 comments on the Deming Headlight story from Sep 26, 2012, titled Luna County Sheriff cracks down on cattle rustling. In it, Deming Headlight reports that:

They can see a cattle drive going through town and nobody is going to think who owns those cattle.

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Howdy partner

Las Cruces, NM

#1 Sep 26, 2012
''With crime down across the county, the Luna County Sheriff's Office is taking a proactive approach to fighting potential cattle rustling.''

Honestly do you just make this stuff up? Crime is not down across the County. Just because most people won't call on the LCSO anymore because they want to go ahead and solve the problems quickly on their own does not mean crime is down, it just means people feel its useless to call the LCSO. Could it be Mad Cow disease?
just asking

Las Cruces, NM

#2 Sep 27, 2012
If every one who is hauling cattle is stopped or pulled over wouldnt that be considered profiling?
STFU

United States

#3 Jan 12, 2013
Howdy partner wrote:
''With crime down across the county, the Luna County Sheriff's Office is taking a proactive approach to fighting potential cattle rustling.''
Honestly do you just make this stuff up? Crime is not down across the County. Just because most people won't call on the LCSO anymore because they want to go ahead and solve the problems quickly on their own does not mean crime is down, it just means people feel its useless to call the LCSO. Could it be Mad Cow disease?
Why don't you go to the academy and get your butt out there as see if you can do better?! The LCSO have a great staff for the most part and are alot more professional than they have been in years.
moo moo the cow

Las Cruces, NM

#4 Jan 12, 2013
STFU wrote:
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Why don't you go to the academy and get your butt out there as see if you can do better?! The LCSO have a great staff for the most part and are alot more professional than they have been in years.
Your first statement is how the ''great staff'' responds to people ''for the most part''.''Get your butt out there and see if you can do better!'' That is how they the ''professionals'' talk to the public ''for the most part''.

Your statement not mine''are alot more professional than they have been in years.'' Does this mean you felt they were not professional for a number of years? Please, what makes them more professional now? They have a tough job and I resect that. Perhaps you could explain to me why pulling over every one who hauls cattle is a cool idea.

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