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DanOTC Supports His Local Police

From draft minutes of last week's Coeur d'Alene City Council meeting: Dan English, Coeur d’Alene, wanted to share a recent experience with Coeur d’Alene Police Department.  Approximately 6-7 weeks ago he had discovered his GPS was stolen from his vehicle, and he reported the crime to make sure it is not a part of a larger pattern.  He provided the serial number but had no hope of getting his item back.  A few weeks later he received notice that the GPS was recovered, as the Police Department compares serial numbers with items turned in to local pawn shops, which is where his item is located.  He wanted to note that there are more incidents of beneficial work done by the police personnel than not, and wanted to share something that went right.  He encouraged the community to report crimes when they happen.

Question: Do you support the local police more/same/less than you did before the Arfee shooting?


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