Dumpster-diver in Crafton raises privacy concerns
Crafton officials are reminding residents not to throw items with personal identification on them into recycling or garbage bins.
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#1 Aug 1, 2011
What I do is for the benefit of our community. Everything I am doing is to help others. If anyone has a better suggestion for getting coupons, I am open to it. As I have told the (several) people who have asked what I was doing, including Crafton Police, I've tried other means, but to no avail.
Your article makes me sound like a selfish, lying, crazy person. As a Crafton resident and mother, I appreciate the concern others have to ensure no criminal act is taking place within our community and I also urge you to shred personal information.
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