Ventura transient arrested in connection with stealing food, officials say

Mar 15, 2013 Read more: vcstar.com
Ventura police responded about 8:10 p.m. in the 4000 block of Varsity Street to assist Ventura College police officers for a suspected burglary, officials said. Read more
CaliGirl

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#1 Mar 15, 2013
Gosh, I cant help but have compassion for this man, who is obviously down on his luck. I don't condone stealing, but there are no reports about this man being violent- just hungry. I guess I just don't see anything malicious about trying to feed ones self. People whom resort to stealing from others often do so out of desperation and there is something about these stories that make me sad.

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