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Thanks for protection

Let’s see if I have this sad episode correct: Drew Reynolds doing his job for UPS, on his way to help someone else, well-liked guy, husband, and father of two, is killed by some heinous person (Scott Krause) intent on killing someone, in a stolen truck? Right?

That scum, previously convicted on several drug and theft charges and most recently arrested and pleaded guilty on possession of drugs (again) is out on parole (again) a third time, and is violating a restraining order, then warned about trespassing, but not arrested, is allowed to go free in our community by law enforcement, public defenders and judges.

Drew Reynolds is dead because of it, and everyone involved in our legal, judicial and law enforcement system is equally guilty of murder. You each allowed this tragic mistake to happen.



It could have been me or anyone. Thanks for your protection.

How many more of these scum bums are you allowing to parole out into our community? That’s public safety?




Too bad all of those responsible for Krause being allowed out on parole can’t be equally prosecuted for Drew’s murder.

Maybe our senator and assemblyman can fix that with a few code amendments. Hope so.

Ken Davis

Grass Valley


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