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Old February 7, 2013, 05:35 PM   #15
ScottRiqui
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While that is a solution, it doesn't address the part where you would have to lie to get the police to respond to a potentially dangerous situation.
I've read the article (and others on the topic) several times now, and I think the police will continue to respond in the situation you described (coming home to find your front door kicked in).

It seems to me that they're just saying "if you open up your garage door and find your tools stolen, or you come out of the mall to find your car has been stolen, don't call 911 - that's not an emergency.
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