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Old 02-09-2012, 02:59 AM   #1
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tuesday night, khub and i rode out to barneys on sawdust around 7 for a few games of pool and a beer. three guys in the bar had been there since noon and were hammered beyond belief, about how much their tabs were, and calling the waitresses and whores, etc. when they left, one of them threw over three tables and a few chairs on his way out the door, when khub and i, as well as four or five other regulars followed them to the door to make sure they didnt key anyones car or do anything else stupid. we waited till they got in the car and we all went back inside. khub (kyle) told me i should go check on the bikes, and sure enough when i went back outside, both were on their sides in the parking lot. the drunk dumbasses were nowhere in sight but there were 3 witnesses that saw the whole thing. both bikes are screwed, his more than mine. anyway, we called the cops who came out and did a report and told us the two face felony criminal mischief due to the monetary amount of damage they caused. best part was, the original kid who was about his tab stayed, and when asked by the cops about his friends, sang like a bird. while we'll most likely get everything paid for, i still would have much rather avoided it altogether. any bars/ restaurants/etc. that yall would never park your bike in front of? ive ridden to barneys countless times with no issue, as well as rookies which is next door. sorry for the long post i just had to vent to people who would feel my pain. still really about the whole thing...feels violating in a way
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:07 AM   #2
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I wish I could've caught him doing it. I'd have given anything to catch that doing it. It'd been worth him doing it just so I could've caught him doing it.
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, that sucks! Painful to hear about that, people who get trashed to that degree are not fun to be around. During all of what you reported I'm sure everyone at barneys was watching out of corner of their eye thinking all the way up until they left.
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, that sucks! Painful to hear about that, people who get trashed to that degree are not fun to be around. During all of what you reported I'm sure everyone at barneys was watching out of corner of their eye thinking all the way up until they left.
yeah it was a tense situation, all of the regulars besides us at the time were 50-60 y/o business types, and they were still getting pretty heated. the bartender he initially flipped out on is an ex of mine that im still really good friends with, so my temper was flaring long before i saw my bike
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not to be a downer and all but the same thing happened to me and my buddy down in galveston off the seawall... we caught the guy and held him till GPD showed up. They said felony criminal mischief, took him in, and said the DA would be contacting us... that was last july and still havent heard from the DA
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That's one thing I kinda hate about places with bike parking up front.
I don't want drunk (or anyone really) filtering between bikes. If theres a door-guy, it's better... but only if he cares enough if someone bumps a mirror/jacket zipper brushes a fairing.

I guess I just don't like it being out of site. And I don't even have a really nice bike.
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up, but glad the situation didn't get any worse. Hope you guys get everything sorted out.
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im surprised the cop didn't tell u to pound sand, since it happened in a parking lot and that it is a civil matter and not a criminal matter.
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im surprised the cop didn't tell u to pound sand, since it happened in a parking lot and that it is a civil matter and not a criminal matter.
It is a criminal matter because it wasn't an accident. At the least it was criminal mischief. If I kick the door in to your private home, you don't think the cops would be involved?
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i've always heard folks who get their cars hit/damaged in parking lots say cops tellthem the line i posted. cop will handover a blue form for the person to file themselves. i thought a damaged tipped over bike would be legally similar to someone getting their car backed into. i'm not a lawyer/cop.
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i've always heard folks who get their cars hit/damaged in parking lots say cops tellthem the line i posted. cop will handover a blue form for the person to file themselves. i thought a damaged tipped over bike would be legally similar to someone getting their car backed into. i'm not a lawyer/cop.
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there's a difference between somebody accidentally backing into a parked car vs. purposely tearing it up... if someone took a bat to your vehicle they would be out there for criminal mischief
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Do you work at Advance Auto on Rayford? I know I have seen the TL with the small N2O bottle many times.
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Got the Insurance adjuster here right now and my bike is already of 3K worth of damages. Sad that you have to always be looking out the window to see if your bike is okay. But hopefully we can build our case strong enough so that these holes get what they deserve. Sucks seeing my baby all busted up and can ride it. I'll be back out there on two wheels soon. everyone ride safe and sadly to say park safe.
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