• Homeless in the US will receive $100 thousand for the capture of dangerous criminals

  • Matthew hay-Chapman saw the white van shown in the TV news, and reported it to the police.

    The authorities of orange County in California will pay a reward of 100 thousand dollars to the homeless of San Francisco for the information that helped to apprehend the two fugitives.

    Matthew hay-Chapman saw the white van shown in the TV news, and reported it to the police.

    Three prisoners of the Central men's jail orange County in Santa Ana escaped on 22 January. Week one surrendered to the police, and the other two caught the eyes of the homeless.

    Another 50 thousand dollars of prizes will be awarded to the owner of the van, stolen by the fugitives under the guise of a test drive, and two employees of the supermarket. They all gave police the tip on the fugitives.

    The taxi driver, whom the criminals were held hostage for a week, get nothing.

    The popularity of online: homeless in three weeks attracted thousands of subscribers

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