+EdwardGlen Posted January 19, 2011 Report Share Posted January 19, 2011 (edited) Sitting here and watching the news on channel 4 and they are talking about the Officer in Livonia who was killed in the line of duty while breaking up a home invasion. Well..they reported the two crooks are believed to have been on a two year crime spree in several communities and broke into between 40 - 60 homes and the police suspected this. If the police suspected this for two years why would they wait so long to try and catch the guys. Why would you let criminals continue to steal? They (LEO) never in two years did any surveillance on them or even approached them until the day of the shooting even thou they suspected them? Police got a tip about a house they might hit after an acquaintance of theirs a women sold items from a previous break in. So in two years the police never got a tip, staked out pawn shops, or approached or watched the subjects. I am missing something or is there a huge break down in investigative skills and practices that may have cost an Officer his life. My sympathy's to the family and friends of Police Officer Larry Nehasil Peace Edited January 20, 2011 by EdwardGlen Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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