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Almost every Grambling City Council meeting, Grambling Police Chief Tommy Clark sounds like a broken record.

“Please remember to lock your vehicles,” says Clark with a sense of fatigue from repetition. “If you don’t lock your cars, things get stolen.”

Typically the announcement comes after a string of car break-ins happening in the community.

Ruston Police Department Deputy Chief Clint Williams recently alluded to the same recommendation during an interview about holiday safety.

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