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Old 02-10-2015, 07:22 AM
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The Ice Cream store in Brownwood had money taken by a beautiful young employee, a villager. Now this is someone who knew the combination.


I feel sorry for businesses these days.
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Please do not call one the next time you need one. Thanks from all LEO's and us retired LEO's. Less time working on concerned citizen calls will leave more time for snacks and such.
Lighten up buttercup !!!!
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Please do not call one the next time you need one. Thanks from all LEO's and us retired LEO's. Less time working on concerned citizen calls will leave more time for snacks and such.
KC - I think you mistook our joking for serious comments. I joke around on occasion but expect to be on the receiving end as well. No one on this post is attacking LEOs.
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KC - I think you mistook our joking for serious comments. I joke around on occasion but expect to be on the receiving end as well. No one on this post is attacking LEOs.
Sounds like profiling to me.
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Sounds like profiling to me.
Do you think it's a case of sticky fingers?
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The police will have the suspect iced in no time.
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To me, it would sound simple to find out who opened the safe and took the money from Dunkin' Donuts.

I am sure there are a very limited number of people who had access to the combination lock. It is possible, of course, one of those gave the combination to an acquaintenance.

However, have every person who had access to the combination take a polygraph test. Ask if they gave the combination away or did it themself. Yes, a polygraph can be beat but chances are that the guilty one is not that versed in the techniques.

Even if a polygraph is not admissable in court, it sure can be used as a bargaining chip in a plea bargain.
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This crime will not be difficult for law enforcement to solve.
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Sumter County Sheriff has solved much tougher cases than this one. Its only a matter of time.
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My comment was meant to be light hearted and not to ruffle anyones feathers kcrazorbackfan. Nobody supports the police more than I even when they lack a sense of humor. However, I know that you have a good sense of humor based on your last sentence. This may come as a surprise but I happen to have LEO's in the family both past and present.
I'm trying to lighten up since full timing it here is fairly imminent; don't want to stay pi**ed off at the natives every time something is said about LEO's; I prefer Krispy Kreme anyway.
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In today's Sun newspaper it said that Wildwood has hired 3 additional police officers to patrol Brownwood at the coast of $53,000 a year apiece. Tonight at the Mardi Gras at Lake Sumter I saw three different Sumter County police officers walking the square. Seems like they are getting a handle on the situation. Didn't see any trouble at the square, but it was nice to know they were there.
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I'm trying to lighten up since full timing it here is fairly imminent; don't want to stay pi**ed off at the natives every time something is said about LEO's; I prefer Krispy Kreme anyway.

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I'm trying to lighten up since full timing it here is fairly imminent; don't want to stay pi**ed off at the natives every time something is said about LEO's; I prefer Krispy Kreme anyway.
Ditto on the Krispy Kreme.
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I'm trying to lighten up since full timing it here is fairly imminent; don't want to stay pi**ed off at the natives every time something is said about LEO's; I prefer Krispy Kreme anyway.

We have an overwhelming majority of people here who support and honor law enforcement folks.

I went to the police rally that was held at LSL a couple of weeks ago and the square was teeming with folks who support Law Enforcement Officers. We had a chance to shake the hands of many of our fine men and women who protect and serve us.

One of the things that I like about them is that they have polite language. They call a thug "this gentleman". They must be trained to speak in a certain way. Good thing I'm not a person in uniform. I would call him this ****head.
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I heard they stole all the donut holes!!
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