Tens of thousands wanted Ohio felons free

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There are tens of thousands of wanted Ohio felons on the loose, and a newspaper reports that not many of them are being actively sought. Full Story
Ohio Wrangler

Mogadore, OH

#1 Sep 17, 2012
How many new crimes have they committed? Law enforcement is overburdened with too many laws, and not enough officers to enforce all that has been put on them.
Our legislators need to take a long look at all the laws that are obselete or due for a do-over.
Our governor and legislators also need to provide funds so that there are enough officers to do the work, or cut the work load.
Until that happens, don't point fingers at them like they aren't doing enough.
If you want to help--start printing how short handed law enforcement is due to budget cuts, but their work load is the same.

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