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The fishiest part of this story is the claim that someone paid $30k for a Bronco.
What to do with sigs?
Someone broke into my car in college. They stole all my change and left their flashlight. Pretty sure I won that exchange.
Similar here. I had a 72 Pinto in college. Working in DC, somebody stole my battery, dropping the value of my car by half.
Update: Find my iPhone pinged a location in White Oak (shocker). Cops won't do anything since it's not an address., but I know which house it was in. Lots of friends gave me the "lets go get these guys", but I think I am going to ask a neighbor across the street if their neighbor fits the profile of a thief. If so, I'll confront him then, since the cops won't.
By all means, give me suggestions.
Release a pair of horny and hungry wolverines into his house.
You would just have to fill out one of these and your funds would have a hold on them for up to 10 business days so they can make sure you're a good drug dealer and not some Stringer Bell wanna be
Call the cops and tell them you would like them to accompany you to the house. They are required to join you if you feel you have evidence. I did this when someone stole my iPhone. People ran when the cop walked up to the door. I got my phone back and they caught 6 kids and 1 adult.
This post was edited by PieTerps09 13 months ago
no, i think the full-on vigilante route is the only smart way to go in this situation.
Absolutely. And if the thief has sold the phone, you can use this hit as a dress rehearsal. Sounds smart to me.
baseball bats. bring lots of baseball bats.
Who would actually buy a used iPhone and think it wasn't stolen?
"You are mentally a cat and each post is a red dot from a laser pointer." - MisterSmiley
All of a sudden shit just got real.
ETA: What is White Oak like nowadays? I don't remember it being so bad, but that was a while ago.
This post was edited by Jersyterrafirma 13 months ago
Perhaps it was a collectible Bronco, like Al Cowling's
Just found this:
"THE WHITE BRONCO
Al Cowlings' white Ford Bronco became famous the day he drove O.J. Simpson, who held a gun to his head in the back of the Bronco, down the freeway at slow speed with police in pursuit. Following the civil trial, a collector named Michael Pulwer purchased the vehicle for $75,000, nearly twice its original value."
So, maybe the original poster is Michael Pulwer.
This post was edited by BoniMaroni 13 months ago
No vigilante justice is complete without an angry dude with a pitchfork.
Fire purifies all. Burn that bitch down.
Give the address to Terperator and let him know there's a bunch of Apple products in the house.
Sounds like a job for Noleer.
Wait, are you going to ask a random neighbor or do you happen to know the neighbor? Do you have the address? Put it into SDAT and see if the house is owned or rented. Run name through judiciary case search. My in-laws live in White Oak. The suspect's not an OWG is it? My FIL has a lot of spare time on his hands. Was an old Oldsmobile spotted at the scene?
This post was edited by julester 13 months ago
Write a strongly worded letter.
Update: Had a friend get in touch with a Sargent buddy of his that said he would go too the house. It's tough to say the laptop was in a house, but it definitely was at least in a car that parked in front of a house twice. I did a drive by today and confirmed the address. I'll post an update shortly.
Unzipped and waiting big time
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