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Posted on January 18 at 6:12 p.m.
RandallB, Petty theft it wasn't.Grand theft, also known as grand larceny, is defined as the intentional taking of property of others in an amount exceeding the state statutory amount. This is usually between $500 and $1000, but is $400 in California, Do some reading. He convicted himself of a felony by advertising the laptop for over $400.
On Fielding Graduate Staffer Arrested for Stealing Student's Laptop
Posted on January 16 at 8:33 a.m.
Well, the 5 home invasion robbers in IV with knives who physically attacked occupants got under a year in jail, and 3 of them were black (we all know black guys get harsher sentences, just ask black people, it's true typically). This crime should be a day in jail. Maybe a week with bad behavior.
On Alleged Abalone Poachers Caught
Posted on January 16 at 8:13 a.m.
Sentences seem light. Jail overcrowding or lazy prosecutors.
On Five Home Invasion Suspects Sentenced to Jail Terms
Posted on January 13 at 8:05 p.m.
3 or 4 drugs in your system at the same time is ALOT. I think what Carp means is that these women could have hurt, meaning they could have killed your loved ones in a head on collision just up the road. Yes, their death is sad. I wonder how many times they drove with drugs in their system. More than once one would think.
On Coroner Releases Toxicology Results in Highway 154 Deaths
Posted on January 5 at 6:06 p.m.
loonpt,your assumption seems reasonable Not to mention, legalizing prostitution would substantially decrease the amount of sex offenders to begin with as most rapists do actually prefer consensual sex to rape.
But a short research of Nevada crime statistics regarding rape says it's worse than average (4% higher).
I've met a genuine pedophile, they don't change, but they do take more chances and do more bad things as they age. That's how the one I knew got caught. Plus a therapist made the discovery with her patient.
On Sex Offender Sentenced to Felony Probation
Posted on January 5 at 12:46 p.m.
People don't learn, check out the idiots in this Edhat link http://www.edhat.com/site/tidbit.cfm?...Idiots in Carp lighting fires in a lantern, letting it float skyward thinking how pretty it is, only to have it come to your house and burn it down...maybe. If you're a Tea House fire victim, apologies if this stupidity is painful. I forwarded the link to the SB Sheriff today and hope for arrests, cruelty on my part? Not if you lost a house and all you've worked for in your lifetime in the Tea fire. My favorite bumper sticker "Ignorance can be corrected, Stupid is forever".
On All Fired Up
Posted on January 5 at 10:12 a.m.
The defense attorney is a loser too. He should have pleaded the case out. Saved the money and received for his client a more lenient sentence. Doesn't he watch Law and Order SVU? Oh I forgot, lawyers are typically egotistical and dishonest. Or so I found after dealing with them. Also, they fear doing the right thing to avoid upsetting judges and earning less money.
On Adrian Robles Found Guilty
Posted on January 5 at 9:58 a.m.
I met a woman who'd been in our lovely jail. When she told me that, I responded with surprise "You went to Prison"? and she answered "I wish". Jail isn't Prison and our local jail is so bad people who go there wish they could go to prison, as sort of a vacation.The solution to it's overcrowding is enforcing all the laws. Figure it out.
On Jail on Lockdown After Exercise Yard Fight
Posted on December 28 at 8:08 p.m.
Well, when news reporters show everybody how to steal them and who to sell them to, gee....other people start doing it. People should? make it more difficult to remove. Caulking the nuts, use a file on the nuts. etc.
On Catalytic Converter Thefts Continue
Posted on December 27 at 11:51 p.m.
Judge Anderle is pretty smart....oh, except for child abuse cases. He is a total fool and his rulings lead to attempted murders. But don't tell him, he still thinks he's a good judge all the time...nope.
On Tea Fire Homeowners Owed $420,000
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