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October 26, 2012

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kilroy

North Richland Hills Police couldn't catch a cold. Their law enforcement skill level stops at passing out speeding tickets in speed traps.

sgtanner @gmail.com

You are so right! All they care about is righting speeding tickets. We had a burglury at our home last year. They were zero help! Think twice, before you call them for help.

ModernMan

Let's hope he had a ticket that was abig winner. He can be arrested when he tries to cash in.

Bob Stayte

Disagree with kilroys comment about nrh police. No doubt we need the speed enforcement in many of the areas they patrol and enforce. Crimes like the texaco robbery are hard for any police dept to solve given the amount of evidence.

Ben

looks like sgtanner and ModernMan need the grammer police. And kilroy needs to slow down. The NRH police would have more time to track down burglers if they weren't trying to keep the streets safe from speeders like you. Bob's right. With such little evidence, these sorts of crimes are hard to solve. They put out pics of the perps so the community can help out.

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