Modesto police unclaimed items slideshow
Modesto police unclaimed items slideshow. (Emilie Raguso, Brian Ramsay/The Modesto Bee)
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Posted by: Tammy
I think this is wonderful! They are coming to the perfect location for doing what they do...we will gladly welcome them!
on Apr 07, 2008 at 06:04 pm
Posted by: jbitzer03
This is so awesome that we will be getting another candy company. I will no longer buy Hersheys' products.
on Apr 07, 2008 at 09:48 pm
Posted by: LDCash
yes,yes,YES Ibelive the whole area will be so supportive. You go Sconza Candy Co.
on Apr 08, 2008 at 07:24 pm
Posted by: lauramars
Yes if a person is proven guilty they should be punished. However we as a society need to remember that the law in this country states that a person is innocent until PROVEN guilty. Just because a police officer makes an arrest,it doesn't mean that a person is guilty. It only means that there was grounds for reasonable suspision of an unlawful act. There are plenty of innocent people being accused of and punished for crimes they have not committed. I am not insensitve to the victims of these burglars, for I too, have had my home burglared, however it is unfair of our police force to make hasty arrests and to file false police reports with biased opinions. Such as the case of a young man I have come to know very well. Thank you.JESUS LOVES
on Apr 10, 2008 at 12:45 am
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