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Old 07-14-2005, 04:25 PM   #1
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Might the HPD get any ideas?!

http://www.pistonheads.com/news/defa...?storyId=11288

WATCH WHAT YOU SAY IN FORUMS!

Police monitoring a forum convict boastful motorist

They're watching us -- right here on PistonHeads.

Last December, a man took his girlfriend for a drive on the M6 in Cumbria, hit 88mph, got snapped by a scamera -- then boasted on a Web site about how he had got away without being caught. The driver, Stephen Quas, had apparently persuaded his girlfriend Isabelle Fortot to say that it was her face that had been hidden by the sun visor in the scamera's photo.

But Cumbria police were sneakily monitoring the site, Pepipoo.com, and now Stephen Quas and his girlfriend have to wear electronic tags, as part of their heavy community service sentences "for perverting the course of justice". He got 240 hours’ community service, she got 200 hours.

Others have been caught the same way -- so be careful what you say on a permanent notice board that's both open to the world and very easily searchable.
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Old 07-14-2005, 05:15 PM   #2
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Re: Might the HPD get any ideas?!

There is a theft ring of guys going around stealing bikes, altering the vins, and reselling them. Also, watch your backs on wed nights. they have a no tolerance plan in afect for sport bikers. Straight from an HPD friend by the way.
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Old 07-14-2005, 06:27 PM   #3
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Re: Might the HPD get any ideas?!

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http://www.pistonheads.com/news/defa...?storyId=11288

WATCH WHAT YOU SAY IN FORUMS!

Police monitoring a forum convict boastful motorist

They're watching us -- right here on PistonHeads.

Last December, a man took his girlfriend for a drive on the M6 in Cumbria, hit 88mph, got snapped by a scamera -- then boasted on a Web site about how he had got away without being caught. The driver, Stephen Quas, had apparently persuaded his girlfriend Isabelle Fortot to say that it was her face that had been hidden by the sun visor in the scamera's photo.

But Cumbria police were sneakily monitoring the site, Pepipoo.com, and now Stephen Quas and his girlfriend have to wear electronic tags, as part of their heavy community service sentences "for perverting the course of justice". He got 240 hours’ community service, she got 200 hours.

Others have been caught the same way -- so be careful what you say on a permanent notice board that's both open to the world and very easily searchable.
some of the remarks are pretty funny
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Re: Might the HPD get any ideas?!

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There is a theft ring of guys going around stealing bikes, altering the vins, and reselling them. Also, watch your backs on wed nights. they have a no tolerance plan in afect for sport bikers. Straight from an HPD friend by the way.

Lets make a sting operation... we can rent a van and put a decoy bike and get the sons of the ...
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Old 07-14-2005, 07:06 PM   #5
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Re: Might the HPD get any ideas?!

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There is a theft ring of guys going around stealing bikes, altering the vins, and reselling them. Also, watch your backs on wed nights. they have a no tolerance plan in afect for sport bikers. Straight from an HPD friend by the way.
y on Wed. nights?
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Old 07-16-2005, 03:38 AM   #6
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Re: Might the HPD get any ideas?!

There is an auto theft task force out on I45 in the 1960 area (pet smart). They have recovered over 30 stolen bikes in the last month. They will stop you weather you are breaking any laws or not. There are a lot of officers involved (HPD and DPS) so I would not advise running. Just try to have your stuff together. They are trying to help those that have had their bikes stolen. Those who have warrants should watch out. I hope this doesn't keep yall from going out there. Be safe.
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