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  • The stories behind Modesto’s auto theft capital status

    Every year, thousands of vehicles are stolen in Stanislaus County. Every week, The Bee runs the booking photos of suspects who are caught. Behind every statistic and mug shot is a victim who has to rely on others to get to work or get their kids to school, who has to scrimp and scrape to repair or replace their vehicle and who has lasting feelings their personal space was violated. (Andy Alfaro, Erin Tracy, John Westberg)

Every year, thousands of vehicles are stolen in Stanislaus County. Every week, The Bee runs the booking photos of suspects who are caught. Behind every statistic and mug shot is a victim who has to rely on others to get to work or get their kids to school, who has to scrimp and scrape to repair or replace their vehicle and who has lasting feelings their personal space was violated. (Andy Alfaro, Erin Tracy, John Westberg)
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