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Sneaky culprit?
Aug 16, 2013 | 1101 views | 1 1 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Detective Lt. Eddie Garcia uses the lift on a city-owned utility truck to remove one of several pairs of athletic shoes from overhead lines in a southwest Beeville neighborhood last week. Garcia said the Beeville Police Department has an idea who might have thrown the shoes, with their laces tied together, over power and phone lines, and when they are able to prove who did it, the violators could be fined. The detective said throwing shoes over utility lines is criminal mischief.
Detective Lt. Eddie Garcia uses the lift on a city-owned utility truck to remove one of several pairs of athletic shoes from overhead lines in a southwest Beeville neighborhood last week. Garcia said the Beeville Police Department has an idea who might have thrown the shoes, with their laces tied together, over power and phone lines, and when they are able to prove who did it, the violators could be fined. The detective said throwing shoes over utility lines is criminal mischief.
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Detective Lt. Eddie Garcia uses the lift on a city-owned utility truck to remove one of several pairs of athletic shoes from overhead lines in a southwest Beeville neighborhood last week. Garcia said the Beeville Police Department has an idea who might have thrown the shoes, with their laces tied together, over power and phone lines, and when they are able to prove who did it, the violators could be fined. The detective said throwing shoes over utility lines is criminal mischief.

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IndioAzteca
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August 17, 2013
If our detectives don't have anything else to do then maybe we don't need as many as we have...Why did the Chief even approve this?