I was reading the court news a week or so ago and noticed there were far too many incidents of police being called to help find, hunt down or otherwise make a report on a missing cell phone or Ipod.
If people insist on having these easily misplaced items glued to their ears, then they should be responsible for locking them up for safe keeping after using them.
All these nuisance calls tie up the police and cost taxpayers money when these precious commodities could be used for more important things.
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