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Date: 01/14/20 13:44
Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: Copy19

Here's a news report from the Sierra Sun of the incident I posted about No. 6 being held in Truckee on Jan. 5.
https://www.sierrasun.com/news/man-arrested-for-threatening-train-conductor-with-a-knife/

 



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 01/14/20 13:53 by Copy19.



Date: 01/14/20 13:59
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: agentatascadero

Upon reading the article, one word comes to mind.....meth.

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Stanford White
Carmel Valley, CA



Date: 01/14/20 16:58
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: SP4360

Should be a federal crime with threatening a railroad employee with a weapon.



Date: 01/14/20 17:07
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: dan

interfering with interstate transportation maybe a federal crime, maybe they figured he was mental , and didn't throw the book at him?



Date: 01/14/20 19:20
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: stash

The don't lock up criminals in Calif.

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Date: 01/14/20 20:51
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: PHall

stash Wrote:
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> The don't lock up criminals in Calif.
>
> Posted from Android

At least not until they are tried and convicted. Or is that too much to ask for...



Date: 01/14/20 21:10
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: coach

PHall Wrote:
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> stash Wrote:
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> > The don't lock up criminals in Calif.
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> > Posted from Android
>
> At least not until they are tried and convicted.
> Or is that too much to ask for...

His behavior was criminal!  But CA goes easy on "low level" crimes like this one.....which explains why our state is awash in crime.



Date: 01/15/20 05:06
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: Lackawanna484

Many NJ Transit trains and buses have signs warning potential malefactors of criminal penalties for attacking transit employees.

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Date: 01/15/20 10:22
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: BobB

This guy was released on bond (or bail, if you prefer), which means that his case hasn't been resolved and we don't know what the outcome will be.  Please stop using stereotypes as facts.



Date: 01/15/20 12:01
Re: Follow-up on police action No. 6 at Truckee
Author: CA_Sou_MA_Agent

BobB Wrote:
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> This guy was released on bond (or bail, if you prefer), which means that his case hasn't been resolved . . . 


I wonder what the chances are that he'll appear in court when he's supposed to.  The number of outstanding bench warrants and people who flee back to their native countries to avoid prosecution is stuff that a lot of people don't like to talk about.  Political machines now protect these criminals and make sure their photographs are not published.  

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7872023/Mother-teen-killed-illegal-alien-accuses-mayor-protecting-daughters-killer.html 

 



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