Not Page 1 news?
Not Page 1 news?
Since when is a carjacking Page 5 news (Jan. 9)? Are they that common? Should not every resident in the Alle-Kiski Valley be aware of what is going on?
This is outrageous. A carjacking is a violent crime and should have been on Page 1, not hidden on Page 5.
The VND needs to remind folks to stop being so darn trusting, naive and stupid. We don't live in Mayberry anymore.
I realize the photo was not a “front-page grabber,” but carjackings are nasty crimes.
Also, what has become of the two men arrested for burglaries in Pine Manor in New Kensington and Lower Burrell? Are they still in jail or out on bond? Do we need to start carrying guns to protect our homes, cars and lives?
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