He wanted to apologize to the owner for stealing the beer. But he became addicted to the drugs he was supposed to be safeguarding. Findings of this investigation include:.
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Ramos, who is from Mexico, has worked there for 17 years.
After almost six months, Barrett was called back to court. Electronic monitoring devices provide an alternative to sending someone to jail. Enlarge this image. It "didn't seem like justice," Barrett says about being jailed when he couldn't pay for the electronic monitor.
Joseph Shapiro. To afford even that much, he had to sell his plasma at the blood bank. But he became addicted to the drugs he was supposed to be safeguarding.
Like Tom Barrett. One day last year, Barrett returned to the convenience store where he was arrested. Barrett will be the first to tell you that it was his substance abuse and his crimes that caused his problems. Barrett had been homeless, until just before he stole that beer.
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