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Chase nets robbery suspect in East Palo Alto

Original post made on Feb 1, 2010

Police have arrested a man linked to a string of armed robberies in Mountain View this month, including one Saturday night. Derreck Stamper, 20, of Newark was arrested after a Mountain View police chase ended in East Palo Alto, where a police dog and his handler apprehended him.

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Posted by Citizen EPA
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Feb 1, 2010 at 1:16 pm

Thanks alot Daily News. Your trash reporting is why we so dislike the Daily News in East Palo Alto. Any way the Daily reporters can make East Palo Alto look bad,you will. On this story, all the news service agency's (all of them and televison)reported this guy lived IN and CAME from NEWARK, CA. Oh but no! Not the Daily News, you needed to report that he was caught in East Palo Alto as the headline, which is inaccurate. The raod he was on just happens to be on the Cal Trans owned road out of Palo Alto to the freeway to NEWARK! Give us a break. The Daily News needs to stop bash reporting on East Palo Alto. East Palo Altans should BOYCOTT the Daily News everyday in every way. This type of trash reporting has gone on for too long. We're sick of it. Get it right and stop looking for dramatic say nothing headlines!


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