Thief Steals From State's Top Cop

A thief stole two tires from California Attorney General Jerry  Brown's Toyota Camry hybrid while it was parked outside his home in the  Oakland hills last Friday night, his spokesman Scott Gerber said.
Gerber said Brown was in Sacramento attending the state Democratic  Party convention at the time.

He said that when Brown returned home he discovered that two tires  had been stolen.

Brown apparently is taking the incident in stride.

In a comment he posted on his Facebook site, Brown said, "Even  though I am California's 'top cop,' 2 of my tires were stolen. No matter. I  got 2 new ones and I'm rolling again!"

Brown served as Oakland's mayor from 1999 through 2006 and  previously served as the state's governor.

It's been widely anticipated that Brown will run for governor  again next year and his Facebook site has a section that says "Jerry Brown  for Governor" but Gerber said Brown "has not made any decision on whether  he's running for governor."

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