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La Vernia PD says lock up
March 21, 2012, 4:04pm 2,803 views | 1 comment
The La Vernia Police Department advises all residents that it is imperative to lock your vehicles, homes, and businesses. The city has felt the influx of personnel that are traveling to and from the Eagle Ford oil fields.
It is also advised that personal property that is left in a vehicle be hidden from view and that property in yards be stored out of sight. We would also like to remind all drivers to not leave there vehicles idling while they enter stores or establishments. This is another easy target for criminal activity as well as a violation of state law. This will prevent the ‘crime of opportunity’ that many people will commit when they are presented with easy targets.
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