Letters: Car break-in, theft on J Street hurt more than car owner


I wanted to take this opportunity to ask the person who broke into my car Monday that was parked in my driveway on J Street: Why?

The thief or thieves took my collection of about 75 CDs, cash and diapers. My 9-year-old son is mentally disabled and does not communicate. Music is the only antidote, besides medication, that calms him. So if you tradedthe CDsfor meth or cigarettes or booze, then I hope you enjoy it. My son cried all day because he couldn't understand why I wouldn't put on his System of a Down or Godsmack CDs. He thinks he's being punished.

Remember this: What comes around, goes around.

Terri Levezow

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