Mr. Waldstreicher acknowledged that the bill would not apply to underage suspects, but he said it represents a deterrent that could help stop some criminals.
“People know that [mass thefts] are not the biggest threat to public safety,” he said. “But they know that if a solution helps stop certain acts, then we should consider that solution.”
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