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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

They Found Our Car



Not so much.

As you can clearly see by the following pictures, the car is trashed both inside and out.

But the dude had enough sense to get himself some air freshener.

No doubt with change from the console of my car.

Nice job dude.

In the car were stolen goods (clothes), needles in the glove box (heroin? or just a diabetic thug?), bolt and wire cutters because no car should be outfitted without them, and an all-black Atlanta Braves baseball cap (gang affiliation?).

My only hope is that some kid found the CDs and is now turning on his friends to great bands like Turbonegro, Metallica, Zeppelin, The Nomads and Three Mile Pilot.

Maybe they'll be an art rock slash metal scene sprouting up in East Durham's hood in the next few years?
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Resisting Arrest


Apparently, a thug was spotted driving our car without a seat belt. The cop ran the tags and it came up stolen. I guess once the lights came on a chase ensued and homeboy - after crashing into several cars/objects - came to a stop after missing a turn at a T-intersection (my guess is this is where the rear tire became unoperable), jumped from the car and fled.

He was caught and it turns out this guy has a rap sheet as a long as my arm and was just in court a few days before stealing my vehicle for a probation violation.
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Bolt Cutters


Now why would somebody be driving around with these in a stolen vehicle?
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Stolen Goods and Hypos


Notice the balled up clothes with tags still on them lying on the floor and the plastic bags of syringes about to fall out of the glove box.
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