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First Alarm Security Guards Profile and Stalk San Lorenzo Park Users
Alex Darocy
As a group of approximately one dozen Santa Cruz community members sat in the shade of a tree overlooking the San Lorenzo Park benchlands on the warm afternoon of June 19, a security guard from First Alarm stood nearby them watching every move they made. One of the community members subjected to the close and extended scrutiny said he was cited for being in possession of an open container that was not his, and he thought the initial contact with authorities was due to their perception he was still on probation, and that he would be violating his terms of release if caught doing something wrong. [Top photo: A security guard watches San Lorenzo Park users from approximately 30 feet away, using the pedestrian bridge as cover. Scroll down for more photos.]

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