Its a horrible feeling, said Destiny Zaremba, who does a lot of online buying because her job as a personal shopper doesnt leave her time to go to brick-and-mortar stores. You cant but help yourself when you are driving down the street looking at people, seeing if they have the shoes on that were stolen or the pants on that were stolen. So Mike, who is studying to be a nurse, hit upon a plan. They recently hosted a birthday party for their Great Dane, Kona, with seven invited four-legged guests. When I was cleaning up the backyard, I had an abundance of dog poo, he said. So I was inspired by that. He placed the poop in a U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail box, sealed it, placed it on the porch and waited for someone with sticky fingers. After two days, on Tuesday, a man police identified as Daniel Frank Aldama Sr., 39, a convicted burglar and parole violator, snatched the package and pedaled away with it. He called police, and an officer found Aldama within รองเท้าผู้หญิง a half-hour. Aldama had opened the package a few doors down and understandably discarded it, Zaremba said. Zaremba said he hopes more people use his trick to deter thieves. His wife said she hopes the decoy becomes a big movement, pun intended.
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