Do L.A. Celebrity Burglaries Get Preferred Police Action?

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Thieves who crept into Alanis Morissette’s home in February made off with a stash worth $2 million, including the singer’s treasured vintage jewelry. A week later, someone broke the window of former Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young’s house and stole a safe stocked with $500,000 in valuables. At both crime scenes, Los Angeles police investigators meticulously dusted for fingerprints. They did the same after a burglar stole valuable watches and jewelry from Dodger Yasiel Puig . . .

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