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  • CA: Vallejo residents discuss new police plan to stop responding …
    8.8.23 – KTVU- Under the proposed plan, police would respond only to verified calls that come from witnesses, manually activated panic alarms, silent robbery alarms, and video alarms that show crimes in progress. “We are not suggesting we don’t go to flat alarms at all.

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  • AB: Fire at Freshii considered suspicious
    8.12.23 – CochraneNow – An investigation into a fire at the Freshii restaurant in downtown Cochrane is being treated as suspicious. Currently, RCMP and fire …
  • TX: Smoke alarm alerts Orangefield man to pre-dawn Wednesday …
    8.9.23 – Orange Leader – Orangefield – An Orangefield man was awakened by a smoke alarm early Wednesday morning. Authorities said he was able to escape a house fire without serious injury. Orange County ESD No. 2 Chief Ricky Bodin said the call of the fire came in at 3:30 a.m. for a blaze at a home in Orangefield.


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