L.A. To Charge $115 For False Burglar Alarms

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The Los Angeles City Council has approved fees for false burglar alarms. Residents will be charged $115 the first time police respond and an extra $50 for each additional false alarm, says the Los Angeles Times. Alarm companies protested that the fees were too high. “I believe the fine is punitive,” said George Gunning, of
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