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Old 02-25-2015, 10:47 AM   #21
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I came to work one Saturday and there was a F250 KR parked sideways in my parking lot, on blocks. No seats, mirrors, grill, headlights, etc.

I called the cops because it had AR plates, so I figured it was yet another stolen drop at our place. I wanted them to handle it because I'm damned sure not paying a tow truck to haul off what I suspect is stolen property, but I need to get it cleared because the employees need a place to park. FWIW, I was always 100% correct when I reported a stolen car. And I've reported a bunch of them.

The fuckwits downtown always treated me with contempt and suspicion when I'd call one of these in. If they'd put half that effort into busting the chop ring in that neighborhood maybe I'd stop having stolen vehicles dumped on my property. Not that it matters anymore. We sold that warehouse and moved to a larger facility in Pasadena.

HPD doesn't left a finger to combat vehicle theft, IME. YMMV
So is the F250 still there?
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Old 02-25-2015, 12:53 PM   #22
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The following quote is what I'm talking about
Cops recover dumped, stolen vehicles from all over the city every day - often without getting a call from anybody.
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Old 02-25-2015, 12:59 PM   #23
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Cops recover dumped, stolen vehicles from all over the city every day - often without getting a call from anybody.
Not according to Sumo
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