Undercover Cops Dressed as Dodger Fans

Jun 26, 2012 Full story: Frisco Fastball

You read that correctly. Reported by the Mercury News this morning and various other news sources since last night, the San Francisco Police Department has placed undercover officers dressed as Dodger fans at the Giants vs Dodgers series this week to cut do on potential violence.

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QuickCarl

San Francisco, CA

#1 Jun 27, 2012
Too bad they weren't out fighting real crime. My daughter and son in laws car was broken into just outside the gate. He is in the military and they stole his computer. They have to pay the Navy back $1,200, plus he may face negligence charges
When they called SF PD they were told after a half hour hold, that half of the calls they were receiving werw vehicles that were broken into near the game and they didn't have time to help them
Hope all the cops enjoyed the game. Thanks for you brave service. Too bad you weren't outside dressed like copsand arresting thieves.
Buffalo Billchits

Miami, FL

#2 Jun 28, 2012
QuickCarl wrote:
Too bad they weren't out fighting real crime. My daughter and son in laws car was broken into just outside the gate. He is in the military and they stole his computer. They have to pay the Navy back $1,200, plus he may face negligence charges
When they called SF PD they were told after a half hour hold, that half of the calls they were receiving werw vehicles that were broken into near the game and they didn't have time to help them
Hope all the cops enjoyed the game. Thanks for you brave service. Too bad you weren't outside dressed like copsand arresting thieves.
Assault and Battery is more serious then having your kid's laptop jacked. Just ask that fan with the brain damage he got from a parking lot beating.
QuickCarl

San Francisco, CA

#3 Jun 28, 2012
Buffalo Billchits wrote:
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Assault and Battery is more serious then having your kid's laptop jacked. Just ask that fan with the brain damage he got from a parking lot beating.
No doubt Bill but isn't that the Ball Parks responsibility? I'm just saying Police outside the park on either bicycles horses or even on foot would have done more to protect people from both theft and assult?

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