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    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) - Two firefighter brothers have
    pleaded no contest to charges of stealing equipment and
    collectibles from Bay Area police and fire stations.
    Under a plea deal, San Mateo County prosecutors will recommend
    three years probation and no more than a year in jail for Steven
    Nori, 37, and Christopher Nori, 34. The younger Nori also pleaded
    no contest Monday to possessing a machine gun.
    Sentencing is set for October.
    During a search of the men's property, authorities found $50,000
    worth of equipment stolen from the Brisbane Police Department and
    the fire departments of Colma, Daly City, Fremont and San Bruno.
    The stolen items included fire hoses, antique uniforms, a Bobcat
    tractor and a chainsaw. The goods were found in three locations -
    at their home near Daly City, at their mother's home in Colma and
    on an 80-acre site near Ashland, Ore.
    At the time of their arrests, Christopher Nori worked as a
    firefighter for Daly City, while Steven Nori worked for the Fremont
    Fire Department. The pair also had a side business doing
    maintenance work on emergency service equipment for Bay Area police
    and fire departments.
    "They basically had the run of the mill," said prosecutor
    James Wade. "They could go into restricted areas, and everyone
    trusted them."
    Jeffrey Hayden, a lawyer who represented Steven Nori, said the
    brothers are remorseful, and disappointed they won't be able to
    serve their communities as firefighters because of a "lapse in
    judgment."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJFFSA16
    Thanks Brothers.....

    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) - Two firefighter brothers have
    pleaded no contest to charges of stealing equipment and
    collectibles from Bay Area police and fire stations.
    Under a plea deal, San Mateo County prosecutors will recommend
    three years probation and no more than a year in jail for Steven
    Nori, 37, and Christopher Nori, 34. The younger Nori also pleaded
    no contest Monday to possessing a machine gun.
    Sentencing is set for October.
    During a search of the men's property, authorities found $50,000
    worth of equipment stolen from the Brisbane Police Department and
    the fire departments of Colma, Daly City, Fremont and San Bruno.
    The stolen items included fire hoses, antique uniforms, a Bobcat
    tractor and a chainsaw. The goods were found in three locations -
    at their home near Daly City, at their mother's home in Colma and
    on an 80-acre site near Ashland, Ore.
    At the time of their arrests, Christopher Nori worked as a
    firefighter for Daly City, while Steven Nori worked for the Fremont
    Fire Department. The pair also had a side business doing
    maintenance work on emergency service equipment for Bay Area police
    and fire departments.
    "They basically had the run of the mill," said prosecutor
    James Wade. "They could go into restricted areas, and everyone
    trusted them."
    Jeffrey Hayden, a lawyer who represented Steven Nori, said the
    brothers are remorseful, and disappointed they won't be able to
    serve their communities as firefighters because of a "lapse in
    judgment."

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    Information from: San Mateo County Times

    (Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
    A lapse in judgement? Jumping out of the upper deck onto the home plate net in Yankee Stadium is a lapse in judgement. What they did is called organized criminal activity.

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    Jeez- what a couple of morons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeWendtCFI
    A lapse in judgement? Jumping out of the upper deck onto the home plate net in Yankee Stadium is a lapse in judgement. What they did is called organized criminal activity.
    HAHAHAHA!!! too true
    When I get to hell
    The devil he will say
    "How'd you put my fires out?
    In just one day?"
    I lift my hose up higher and higher
    that's how I do it, I'm a firefighter!

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