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September 25, 2018


Crime Dog

The idea of rescinding Apple's business license until they put in some real security is only a half step. I think a fine for lax citizen security might be more effective. It should be on the order of what a cop costs the city in a year or about $200,000. Make them show up at a city council meeting and tell everyone what they intend to do about these robberies.

Barking Dog

Like the other half step, Crime D. Agreed

Unfortunately, until a life is lost in a heist, the the powers that be @ 501 Primrose and their tiny pigeon testys wont take any action against Apple and Apple will continue to treat this as a no harm crime.


Is it possible to ask the COB Police Chief what his thoughts are on this continuing Criminal enterprise?


And they hit the Apple Store at Hillsdale Mall this week!


DoulCi activator can break any Apple device.

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