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Three arrested in South Boston over weekend

SoVaNow.com / December 31, 2012
South Boston Police officers arrested three people on Saturday, two with public drunkenness.

Also charged with the assault of a family member was 24 year old Blane Jamar Key of South Boston. A female victim suffered minor injuries in the incident which took place at 1820 Vaughan Street, South Boston. Officer T. B. White made the arrest.

Forty-two year old James Earl Locklear of South Boston was charged with public drunkenness on Saturday at Applebee’s Restaurant, 3607 Halifax Road, South Boston. His arrest was made by Officer T. W. Bush.

Also Officer M. W. Bowen arrested 26 year old Dexter Edward Mills of South Boston with trespassing and being intoxicated in public at 300 Poplar Creek Street, Willow Oaks Apartments on Saturday.

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I'm continually amazed that LE can arrest and convict a drunk, a kid with a half-ounce on weed on him, or a teenager hanging out in a parking lot with his friends, but they can't find who burglarized my home or who slashed tires on a dozen vehicles in the neighborhood. Guess that would require some real police work instead of just shooting fish in a barrel.

Then someone who odds are wasn't bothering anyone gets an arrest record while the real criminals are still on the loose and waiting for an opportunity to steal or destroy what they didn't work for.

But LE can chest thump and say look what a good job we're doing, keeping these victimless criminals under control.


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