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Mystery of missing coffeepot solved: Historian charged

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During his two decades with the Johnstown Police Department, Lt. David Gilbo has investigated many crimes. But until last month, he was never put in charge of recovering a single coffee maker. “I’ve investigated coffeepot thefts as parts of larger burglaries,” he said, “but never like this.” On April 9, Fulton County District Attorney Louise Sira noticed the Keurig coffee maker kept by her office in the county office building grand jury meeting room was ...

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grant18
May 14, 2013
11:11 a.m.

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I can't help but wonder how Mr. Betz handled cheating by his students in his previous career?

And how wonderful it is for him to know that now he'll forever be a part of the history of Fulton County!

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