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February 18, 2013

With city streets from Second to Fourth surrounded by police, Gualberto Gonzalez did not have a chance. Last Wednesday, Gonzalez was apprehended by Dunkirk police around 6 p.m....

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DKexpat

Feb-18-13 6:48 PM

Agree - seems simple enough.

No, you don't list the exact street address, but you might say something like "the 700 block of Park Avenue" (or whatever) so residents know to be extra vigilent.

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IrSmrt

Feb-19-13 7:44 AM

Pointing out a vulnerable house, is a good way to be on the bad guys side. However as DKexpat says, neighborhood blocks would be helpful. A while back there was a copter out around midnight, and they we're flying above our home. I went out to see if they were having malfunction or if there was an accident & it was a Mercyflight. They just shined their spotlight. I called the Fredonia police, they said it was a sheriff, but that is all he could tell me. He said call the sheriff to find out more, so I did. Some armed and dangerous man involved in a domestic was supposedly running around in the woods while I was standing on our front porch trying to figure out what that copter was doing. Maybe a chain call if something like that is happening, or a "please go back into your house" announcement from the copter, or even a car unit just driving making sure people are in their homes. They found him barricaded in his home, so there was really no risk, but it could have ended b

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IrSmrt

Feb-19-13 7:44 AM

*ended badly

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CadeFoster

Feb-20-13 9:16 AM

I know someone who offered good advice to police that may have given undeniable proof of the crime. Was told good idea, how they never followed up on it. WHY ?

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CadeFoster

Feb-20-13 9:17 AM

And they never dusted for finger prints !!! with the amount involed that should have been done!!

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