Daly City police urge merchants to re...

Daly City police urge merchants to report crimes

There are 5 comments on the Inside Bay Area story from Jun 30, 2007, titled Daly City police urge merchants to report crimes. In it, Inside Bay Area reports that:

“It's not a sin to pick up a phone”

Every morning, many Mission Street merchants wash away the urine from their doorsteps and try to paint over the graffiti left from the night before. via Inside Bay Area

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yeah right

San Bruno, CA

#1 Jul 1, 2007
Who the hell wants to call those lazy ass cops who do nothing to fix this city.

Daly City, CA

#3 Nov 18, 2007
It's this type of mentality that is making our city go down. We as residents and tax payers of Daly City have to come together and clean up this mess. The police are there to assist us not do our job of keeping our city clean and safe!

Oakland, CA

#4 Nov 21, 2007
yeah right wrote:
Who the hell wants to call those lazy ass cops who do nothing to fix this city.
alright then, who are you gonna call bro? stop whining...dont call them when your gettin robbed at gunpoint geezus. the citizens play a huge role in helping the police fix problems because they have alot more eys and ears than the staffing at DCPD...dont agree? grow some balls and apply mr. "joe public"....
juan camanay

San Bruno, CA

#5 Nov 21, 2007
You guys need to hire that Esqueda guy....He has balls

Oakland, CA

#6 Dec 11, 2007
any body with a badge and agun has balls, it takes alot to tolerate what a cop has to deal with day in and day out...and off duty, gettin recognized is all bad, so its tuffya know

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