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By David Keene
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Topic - Michele Galietta
"Always be alert, look at who's standing in your personal space," Ms. Galietta said. "Say something when it happens. It's a crime where he doesn't get caught right away. He doesn't get punished, it's easy, reinforced. Whatever gratification he's getting out of it, he's getting it."
"He's going to get caught eventually," she said. "It will be an interesting thing to see what happens as the case progresses, whether this person turns themselves in if the risk gets too great."