Victim steals burglars' van

This is how to treat burglars >:)

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+22 1. DarkiKun commented 12 years ago

haha i wonder what those thiefs were thinking when their van was gone XD
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+44 2. Siruss commented 12 years ago

The only part that sucked is the 911 operator getting mad at the victim who was having his house and property broken into and stuff being stolen.

By having her say he could get charged for taking their vehicle is absolutely wrong and ridiculous.

I guess he should have just cowered in the basement!

He was not stealing it...he was preventing them from taking his goods.

These days a crook has more rights than a victim does!


:S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S :S
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+9 3. fashanu commented 12 years ago

haha its well worth being arrested for that. idiot cops.
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+7 4. Oxydous commented 12 years ago

I would seriously consider sending that woman to some judge and a mental institution... if i was him on the phone id say...sure.. come arrest me but come NOW!
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+7 5. Atkinc088 commented 12 years ago

The dispatcher was right, he can be charged with the theft of their van. The likely hood of that happening is another story. He should have just taken the keys out and thrown them and then proceeded to his neighbor's house. The burglars wouldn't have heard/seen their van driving away and most likely would have continued to burglarize his home and they probably would have been caught by the responding officers.
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+29 6. sephiroth commented 12 years ago

''thieves exit the house''

1'st thief: Dude, where's my car!?

2'nd thief: Dude where's your car?!

1'st thief: It's been stolen! call 911...oh...wait...damn

2'nd thief: can't trust anyone these days...sigh
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+9 7. Sjattuh commented 12 years ago

I don't think he has to worry much about being charged for stealing their car...

They'd have to press charged and somehow I doubt they ever will :)

On the other hand it's most likely a stolen car anyways, so not only did he prevent the thieves from robbing him, he also managed to get stolen loot back and on top of that he recovered and returned a stolen vehicle.

So props to the guy :)
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+1 8. Cargoon commented 12 years ago

Now wait for the guys to come out of YOUR house and run them over with THEIR van. Then reland :D scape the backyard with a couple on new bumps in the grass. Problem solved.
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+2 9. BaronKite commented 12 years ago

But if he would have blown them away like we are allowed to do in defense of our property, that would be ok?

Fucken whateva...
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+8 10. SpikedSilver commented 12 years ago

i thought you can kill people who break into your house. stealing their car cant be to bad
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-2 11. eNdEmiOn06463 commented 12 years ago

Well the van was on his property, was it not?
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-5 12. peelo2020 commented 12 years ago

#11 so?

He is lucky the burglars did not sue him for stealing their van.