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April 23, 2022

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resident

Having just one of anything mechanical and important is plain stupid.

hollyroller@ gmail.com

This Storey reminded me of the Theft of Firearms and Explosives that were kept in a "Bunker" of the San Mateo County Sheriff's Dept.
The Magazine could be seen from 92.
Whatever happened to that "event?"
What happened to the former Sherrif Munk?
I don't really care one way or another. However, it is our "local history." Funny too.

HMB

Not as funny as Munks and Bolanos getting caught in the raid on the illegal brothel in Vegas. But I do remember the theft from the bunker, though not in detail anymore.

HMB

A quick search turned up this story -- at least the guys were caught and sentenced https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/OAKLAND-37-month-sentence-in-explosives-case-2733225.php

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