Friday, August 04, 2006

No Picture?

Am I the only one that finds this a bit odd?

Both the Times- Standard and Eureka Reporter gave a warning to business owners, with a picture, about Tara Lee Seagall. She's been going around Eureka writing counterfeit checks. The very next day she's recognized at a business, because of the published photograph of her, and she's been arrested.

I have to wonder why both the Eureka Reporter and the Times- Standard have a short story today about a burglary suspect being sought. Surveillance photos of him breaking into a house in Eureka (just a few blocks from my house) were taken. Both papers give a description of the suspect but don't show the surveillance photos. What gives?


At 12:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The photos were so bad they couldn't be reproduced in newsprint. That's the long and short of it.

At 9:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Print the surveillance photos anyway... worth a shot. sometimes it is the way a person carries themselves that gives them away, or some small detail that people see.

At 4:23 PM, Blogger Fred said...

True. I haven't recognized some of the people whose pics were posted in the papers, for various crime stories. But I didn't know them. Maybe some folks who did know them DID recognize them, and that's why they ended up turning themselves in?


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