Woman Wanted for Residential Burglary...

Woman Wanted for Residential Burglary in Walnut Creek

There are 3 comments on the ClayCord.com story from Nov 6, 2012, titled Woman Wanted for Residential Burglary in Walnut Creek. In it, ClayCord.com reports that:

The residential burglary suspect's name is Lisa St. Onge. She's a 32-year-old female with prior addresses in Martinez, Pittsburg, Antioch and Concord.

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Antioch, CA

#1 Nov 6, 2012
That's what meth does to you.
one two stepping

San Diego, CA

#2 Nov 6, 2012
Antioch wrote:
That's what meth does to you.
That is so, so very true, stuip Meth Freaks!
one two stepping

San Diego, CA

#4 Nov 6, 2012
filthy monday wrote:
at least with her being white you do not have to worry about her killing anyone like a filthy monday would.
No "she" the above type of criminal and METH Freak will kill.... you when she sells herself your sex and speads AIDS!!!!!

Thats is what drug users do when they can not get over when they cant steal. So are you saying that this or these types of criminals are above murdering, rapes and child molestation?

So this type of criminal is not filty huh?....sounds like you are part of this above METH freaks 12 step programs lol lol .

You will see these types of drug users selling themselves in one of Antioch CA fine and classy flee and bed bug motels. What a first class city!!!!

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