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Rosenberg police add names to shoplifter list

Posted: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 9:00 pm | Updated: 9:09 pm, Tue Aug 6, 2013.

Warning to would-be shoplifters in the Rosenberg area: if you don’t want your photo plastered all over Facebook, don’t shoplift in Rosenberg.

That’s the message the Rosenberg Police Department wants to send with its new strategy that targets theft.

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  • negruvoda posted at 10:13 am on Thu, Sep 18, 2014.

    negruvoda Posts: 9

    If you own an online store, you won't have this problem ever. Nowadays, a person finds almost everything in the online environment and most of the time he buys online what he needs because is more convenient in this way. Even busy mothers can buy Red Sox baby clothes from an online store.

  • Goatherder1962 posted at 6:30 pm on Tue, Aug 13, 2013.

    Goatherder1962 Posts: 1

    Super! Great to see these postings. Instead of doing jail time and costing the county after convicted, lets have the county bring back public caning to be served as the punishment or wear a sandwich board around the "Palace of Justice".

    So, you WalMart grazers be fair warned. Keep the pop-corn chicken and shrimp in the buggy and clear the check-out before wolfing it down. :) .

    FBHerald, do let the readers know what day these 'crimers-in-frames' will be posted.