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Jake MyersJune 4, 2022

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“I think it’s so fantastic they’ve given my money,” said Alameda County Sheriff Steve Davis. “But we’re not trying to find anybody who’s good, who has great ties to our criminal justice system, but I think it’s just been really kind of unfortunate to see so many people’s pockets become the problem.”

In April, a couple who had $1,000 worth of unsecured cash in their vehicles were arrested for the theft and attempted burglary of the $1,000 worth of merchandise.

Alderman Peter O’Dell told Fox-TV they don’t want the money to be traced. He said the money wasn’t lost because the car was stolen several years ago.

“We think if the sheriff, the sheriff’s agent and even the county attorney found something they believe is real and I think really should be pursued and that would require a grand jury,” said O’Dell. “So for us, it’s just wrong and we would like to make sure it was done so that it wasn’t as a result of criminal activity.

“We’ve told the county, they’ve told us they want people to come forward. So if anyone’s being prosecuted or they have information about wrongdoing that we need to find out, then that would require us to follow and report back within a short time.”
acura for sale in September 2015.

“I think it’s so fantastic they’ve given my money,” said Alameda County Sheriff Steve Davis. “But we’re not trying to find anybody who’s good, who has great ties to our criminal justice system, but I think it’s just been really kind of unfortunate to see so many people’s pockets become the problem.”

In April, a couple who had $1,000 worth of unsecured cash in their vehicles were arrested for the theft and attempted burglary of the $1,000 worth of merchandise.

Alderman Peter O’Dell told Fox-TV they don’t want the money to be traced. He said the money wasn’t lost because the car was stolen several years ago. https://cars45et.com/listing/acura
“We think if the sheriff, the sheriff’s agent and even the county attorney found something they believe is real and I think really should be pursued and that would require a grand jury,” said O’Dell. “So for us, it’s just wrong and we would like to make sure it was done so that it wasn’t as a result of criminal activity.

“We’ve told the county, they’ve told us they want people to come forward. So if anyone’s being prosecuted or they have information about wrongdoing that we need to find out, then that would require us to follow and report back within a short time.”