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Entries Tagged as 'Crime and Punishment'

Recycled Garbage Collection and the Law

July 26th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Crime and Punishment, General, Politics

So, as I alluded to in my Tweet the other day, I had a conversation with Harvey Buek regarding a recent encounter I had.  About three weeks ago, I took my trash and recyclables to my curb on a Friday morning.  I noticed a man across the street digging through my neighbors recycle bin and […]

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Lower Merion Computer Spying Case — Link Roundup

February 22nd, 2010 · No Comments · Breaking News, Crime and Punishment, General, News

I’m not going to talk about the ins and outs or the legality of what Lower Merion SD is accused of doing.  As an IT professional, specifically working on Network and System Security, I have quite a few problems with not only what LMSD was doing but also the way they did it.  There are […]

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Armed Home Invasion on the West Side

February 7th, 2010 · No Comments · Breaking News, Crime and Punishment, News

http://www.timesherald.com/articles/2010/02/07/news/doc4b6e0eefe2b67307314608.txt Pretty scary stuff but it sounds like it may be an inside job.  Please lock your doors and pay attention to your surroundings.

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I’m playing catchup…

January 15th, 2010 · No Comments · Crime and Punishment, News, Planning Commission, Politics, Sports

One of the major problems with working for a company that shuts down for the Christmas/New Years Holiday — returning to work in January is a nightmare.  So, I am backed up on my news, my comments and my little tidbits of info that I come across. In any case, some great stuff has been […]

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Borough Chief of Police Mike Orler

September 9th, 2009 · 9 Comments · Crime and Punishment, General, News

The Times Herald has a pretty good article on the new Chief of Police Mike Orler.  I’ve already had a positive experience with Chief Orler while in attendance at the Borough Council Meeting. I asked the question during the meeting if speed enforcement was taking place on Fayette St.  (Note, the speed limit is 25 […]

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