Help!!  Before our community is saddened by another tragedy.
Posted: 05 November 2012 06:57 AM   [ Ignore ]
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Vandals moved from shooting out auto windows to shooting out windows in homes, last night.  We had family whose front window was shot out while they sat in their living room.  Yes, some pathetic excuse for humanity deemed putting our grandchildren’s lives in jeopardy as “entertainment”.  This was in a nice, quiet neighborhood.  And, sounds like there were numerous residents of Manhattan who suffered the same terror of having windows shot out of their homes.

Before someone is killed or injured, please open your eyes and ears.  Listen for any acquaintance… fellow worker, neighbor, fellow student, etc. who might be “bragging” about their vandalism escapades.  If you hear anything… If you suspect anyone… Call CRIMESTOPPERS!!!!

785 539-7777
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RCPD needs your help… The citizens of Manhattan need your help in getting these pieces of dung off the street.  Innocent lives are at stake.  Local news media… The Mercury/KMAN, etc. will be remiss if they do not run a full-blown campaign to headline this until someone is charged with the crime.  Neighborhoods in our community should be able to feel safe in their own homes, not subjected to terrorism.  (Consequences meted out by the justice system will be mild, compared to my having the “opportunity” to spend about 20 minutes with these dregs of society!)

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Posted: 05 November 2012 07:52 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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In which part of town did this occur?

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Posted: 05 November 2012 08:07 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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West of the University.  Between the University and Seth Childs.  I don’t want to get more specific with exact street, due to safety and privacy of family.

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