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Burnsville police investigating how it escaped notice.
So we are supposed to give up our arms because no one needs them other than the police and military and they can't keep track of their own stuff?
Look on the bright, they found it.
Subway with one employee on duty? A former employee who can get into the safe? A cop who loses a taser? Criminal kids who leave money and the taser in the parking lot? You can't fix stupid, stupid, stupid......
Maybe they'll claim the toaster was broken so they were just tasing the sandwich instead.
It should have been easy to track; just go back and look at the video that all officers are supposed to wear while on duty. I'm surprised that the plainclothes officers also don't have to wear intrusive video recording devices so that any move they make while on the city clock is recorded for future lawsuits and documented history of the P.D.
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