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Accidental panic alarms at business triggers police response

Apr 13, 2012 | 5 Comments

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12:02 pm - Fri, April 13 2012
ThatGuy said:
Seems expensive. I hope they clarify that on the line item for our taxes.
12:38 pm - Fri, April 13 2012
gottatellya said:
Who cares about the expense? Would you rather no one respond at all, or how about if you need assistance and no one respond because it might cost you a bit of tax money? Frankly, I'm more than happy to pay any taxes that keeps law enforcement on the streets and responding to any alarms, be it false or real. Plus, I'm thankful that all ended well.
03:53 pm - Fri, April 13 2012
ThatGuy said:
05:12 pm - Fri, April 13 2012
jimv said:
ThatGuy, all of these officers were already working their shifts. It doesn't cost any more for them to be in one part of the city compared to another part of the city/county, except maybe some gas.
05:52 pm - Fri, April 13 2012
troy prouty said:
in the article "hostage situation inside the building"

Yeah that happens a lot these days, espcially in mis town America. I saw Red Dawn also..


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