Mistaken ID in bike robbery arrest?
Original post made on Apr 18, 2012
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on Apr 19, 2012 at 1:24 pm
mn_test347 is a registered user.
Dear Tiffany -
"Wylie responded that the time on the CVS receipt was around 10 minutes later than the time of the robbery. In the drugstore's security footage, Jordan can clearly be seen entering the store with a black bag of similar shape and size as the one the victim said he was hit in the head with, Wylie said."
Maybe you shouldn't have mentioned the CVS receipt. Get a lawyer before opening your mouth again.
on Apr 19, 2012 at 5:33 pm
Bikes2work is a registered user.
Should be easy enough to find some fingerprints on the bike that was almost stolen. Go CSI Mountain View!
on Apr 20, 2012 at 5:04 pm
PeaceLove is a registered user.
Wha, wha, WHA? This article makes no sense. You present the whole situation as a "he said, she said" issue then you casually drop in what seems to be 100% exculpatory evidence in the very end? Shouldn't the headline, i.e. isn't the NEWS story here, be that police now admit they have evidence proving the guy they nabbed is completely innocent?
If the story is accurate, the police should issue a public apology to Mr. Jordan. That will help to clear the man's name on The Google and elsewhere.
If the story is not accurate, please follow-up!