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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571530 12/26/20
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Here's whatcha do. Go down the Sheriff's office and make a complaint and request them to help you get your trailer back. (I assume you can show/prove that it was on your property.) IF, the Sheriff balks at helping you with this cause he's too busy, yada, yada, yada, - - - just tell him that you and a buddy will be going there to get your stuff and he'll probably be called out there anyway. It just might work.

Years ago when I was single with a couple roommates, our house was broken into and lots of stuff was stolen including reserved tickets to a concert. My roommate somehow knew the seat numbers. We went to the police with that info and asked them to send someone to the show to check to see if anyone were in those seats, as they would either be the thieves or could have bought them from the thieves. The cops said na, they couldn't spare the resources yada, yada, yada. We said, "Ok, we'll check them ourselves and that we would handle it our way." The detective mumbled that he would see what he could do. We said that we would be there to make sure a cop was sent out. We went there and sure enough there was a cop and he checked those seats several times but no one showed up. The cop said, well you might as well go in and enjoy the show.

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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571578 12/26/20
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Trailers need to be titled, correct?

Just report it as stolen. Not worth the legal fees to get you out of jail.


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: UncleAlps] #15571592 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by UncleAlps
Trailers need to be titled, correct?



Not everywhere.



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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571713 12/26/20
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Just out of curiosity what kind of trailer are you talking? Equipment trailer? Trailer house? I probably missed it if previously posted. I’m just trying to get an idea of how difficult it might be to slip in and get what’s yours.


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571718 12/26/20
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What about hiring a Repo Agent?

If you have proof of ownership. Pay a fee and have them legally “Repo” the trailer.

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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571772 12/26/20
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Equipment type trailer. Older, worth maybe $1K. Other items adding up to possibly another $1K. Way past the point of monetary value being a driving factor. Went by today and no sign of it or him at his place. Guy won’t answer the phone to try to settle things in a civil manner. This is 1 1/2 hrs from my home so logistically it’s not like I can run by every day to see if I can catch him.
Guess I’m back to just letting my attorney settle it. Covered there, my guy is damn good.
Ridiculous that something so simple gets sideways because LEO’s lack of common sense and willingness to perform his duty.

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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571789 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by jackmountain
Equipment type trailer. Older, worth maybe $1K. Other items adding up to possibly another $1K. Way past the point of monetary value being a driving factor. Went by today and no sign of it or him at his place. Guy won’t answer the phone to try to settle things in a civil manner.
Guess I’m back to just letting my attorney settle it. Covered there, my guy is damn good.
Ridiculous that something so simple gets sideways because LEO’s lack of common sense and willingness to perform his duty.

Wise decision


Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571804 12/26/20
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Reporting something stolen here always
gets the same bored response
" well it's probably already in mexico by now. . ."

That doesn't mean they'll look for it

Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: Ranger99] #15571856 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by Ranger99
Reporting something stolen here always
gets the same bored response
" well it's probably already in mexico by now. . ."

That doesn't mean they'll look for it


“Check the pawnshops, we never catch these guys”


Theyre creepy bastards that are feeling you out. If all goes right, yall strike up a confidence and next thing you know youre at his house, in his cistern being fattened up so he can make a ladysuit out of you.
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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571911 12/26/20
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I thought everyone in in highland county kept a hole dug for just that reason.

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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571972 12/26/20
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Plan B:

Pay a neighbor to put a tracking device on his truck, so you can watch where he goes online. Once off his property, wait until he goes into a store, and then pull up next to his truck and unhook the trailer, and then latch it onto your truck and leave.


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571993 12/26/20
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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15571998 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by jackmountain
Originally Posted by Ranger99
Reporting something stolen here always
gets the same bored response
" well it's probably already in mexico by now. . ."

That doesn't mean they'll look for it


“Check the pawnshops, we never catch these guys”


When a cop says to check the pawnshops what the cop is really saying is “I don’t GAF about your stolen items and I don’t GAF about you. You’re bothering me and I don’t plan to help.” Pawnshops send in descriptions, model numbers and serial numbers as required by law.


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: srwshooter] #15572079 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by srwshooter
I thought everyone in in highland county kept a hole dug for just that reason.


If the guy wasn’t owed money and was just an everyday thief maybe. I sympathize with him to some extent, being put in the same position a few times. But lapse of judgement has to be followed up with admission of wrong doing and making things right.

He’s had enough time now to get clarity but doesn’t seem to be comprehending the error of his ways.

Basically he’s a dimwit like fireballz. Probably not rubbing your scheit in your hair clinically retarded like ballz, but not playing with a full deck either.



Last edited by jackmountain; 12/26/20.

Theyre creepy bastards that are feeling you out. If all goes right, yall strike up a confidence and next thing you know youre at his house, in his cistern being fattened up so he can make a ladysuit out of you.
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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15572094 12/26/20
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Kill him.
Burn his house down.
Salt his fields.
Sell his children into slavery.
Give his women to your servants.




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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: ElkSlayer91] #15572119 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by ElkSlayer91
Plan B:

Pay a neighbor to put a tracking device on his truck, so you can watch where he goes online. Once off his property, wait until he goes into a store, and then pull up next to his truck and unhook the trailer, and then latch it onto your truck and leave.


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: Pharmseller] #15572127 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by Pharmseller
Kill him.
Burn his house down.
Salt his fields.
Sell his children into slavery.
Give his women to your servants.




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[bleep]..... I love this guy.


Theyre creepy bastards that are feeling you out. If all goes right, yall strike up a confidence and next thing you know youre at his house, in his cistern being fattened up so he can make a ladysuit out of you.
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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: AcesNeights] #15572144 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by AcesNeights
Originally Posted by jackmountain
Originally Posted by Ranger99
Reporting something stolen here always
gets the same bored response
" well it's probably already in mexico by now. . ."

That doesn't mean they'll look for it


“Check the pawnshops, we never catch these guys”


When a cop says to check the pawnshops what the cop is really saying is “I don’t GAF about your stolen items and I don’t GAF about you. You’re bothering me and I don’t plan to help.” Pawnshops send in descriptions, model numbers and serial numbers as required by law.

We wind up hitting the local pawns fairly frequently after a burg/theft because, around here, they don’t.
None of them are in my jurisdiction either, so that makes it an extra pain in the ass. Worth it, though, since we’ve closed a bunch of cases that way. Dumbass thieves......


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: jackmountain] #15572156 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by jackmountain
Originally Posted by Pharmseller
Kill him.
Burn his house down.
Salt his fields.
Sell his children into slavery.
Give his women to your servants.




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[bleep]..... I love this guy.


I would never leave him off this easy....


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Re: Retrieving stolen property [Re: Pharmseller] #15572166 12/26/20
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Originally Posted by Pharmseller
Kill him.
Burn his house down.
Salt his fields.
Sell his children into slavery.
Give his women to your servants.




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Holy schit! Are we related? Wife gets after me for saying stuff like that to people when they ask about dealing with a problem. She used to think I was joking. She knows me better now. I tell her not to worry, I am mature enough not to use the first strategy that comes to my mind. Most of the time, anyway.

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