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The regular police presence at some homes or businesses in Clute isn’t caused by routine crimes or nervous neighbors. It’s because an alarm has alerted officers to a possible problem — one that doesn’t actually exist.

Just as there are repeat offenders for crimes, the same is true of false alarms — and they cost cities a lot of time and money that could be spent tracking down real bad guys.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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Fines for false alarms, so can we fine the Media for all of their falsehoods and partisan politic lies?

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