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Offense Report No: 07-330054 Date: 05-18-07 Type of Offense: Burglary Location of Offense: Prospect Place neighborhood Property Stolen: Fried Chicken ($5)

Officer E. Quintana reports: “On the listed date and time, the unknown suspects(s) gained entry into the listed location by kicking in the front door. Once inside, the unknown suspect(s) removed the above listed item from the refrigerator, placed it in the microwave, warmed the item and ate it. The unknown suspects(s) them appeared to fall asleep on the victim’s bed. The unknown then left in an unknown direction.” –Jared Jacang Maher

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