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2012-10-03 09:53:15 AM
oops
 
2012-10-03 10:03:20 AM
I assume the dumbass cop won't face any sort of disciplinary action for his failure to follow procedure.
 
2012-10-03 10:09:24 AM

max_pooper: I assume the dumbass cop won't face any sort of disciplinary action for his failure to follow procedure.


He was in fear for his life.
 
2012-10-03 10:13:30 AM
JESUS CHRIST, MAKE IT STOP
 
2012-10-03 10:16:45 AM
At that point, you have to wonder if the department is stocking the officer's private collection.
 
2012-10-03 10:16:51 AM
Another reason why we should pay cops more... so they can live in better neighborhoods....
 
2012-10-03 10:24:48 AM
Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.
 
2012-10-03 10:28:56 AM

Private_Citizen: Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.


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A few years ago, a local cop left a MP-5 sub-gun on the trunk lid of his cruiser and drove off. When he realized what he had done, and drove back to get it, the gun was gone. Fortunately for him, the gun was found by someone who turned it to the police. As far as I know, the cop was given a slap on the wrist and is still on the PD.
 
2012-10-03 10:41:05 AM

Private_Citizen: Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.


You must not be familiar with cops.
 
2012-10-03 10:42:59 AM

Private_Citizen: I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.


Once upon a time, I lived on a small street in an older part of the city.

While I lived there, there were 3 fires.

All in the same house.

Owned and occupied by a city fireman.
 
2012-10-03 10:43:58 AM
So I wonder what the penalty would be for a non-cop who left an unsecured, select fire M-4 in his trunk that was subsequently stolen? More than a slap on the wrist I'm guessing.
 
2012-10-03 10:44:55 AM

Fissile: Private_Citizen: Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.

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A few years ago, a local cop left a MP-5 sub-gun on the trunk lid of his cruiser and drove off. When he realized what he had done, and drove back to get it, the gun was gone. Fortunately for him, the gun was found by someone who turned it to the police. As far as I know, the cop was given a slap on the wrist and is still on the PD.


Link
 
2012-10-03 10:45:30 AM

redmid17: Fissile: Private_Citizen: Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.

================

A few years ago, a local cop left a MP-5 sub-gun on the trunk lid of his cruiser and drove off. When he realized what he had done, and drove back to get it, the gun was gone. Fortunately for him, the gun was found by someone who turned it to the police. As far as I know, the cop was given a slap on the wrist and is still on the PD.

Link


Crap

www.thestranger.com
 
2012-10-03 10:55:46 AM
Only 1 gun was recovered, the others are in the cop's private collection I guess.

"However, no one was arrested because of conflicting stories and only the shotgun was recovered -- by a plumber who found it under a porch at the Eastwind Apartments on Sombrero Beach Road in Marathon."
 
2012-10-03 11:04:20 AM
Time to make the entrance exams harder.
 
2012-10-03 11:10:20 AM

redmid17: Fissile: Private_Citizen: Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.

================

A few years ago, a local cop left a MP-5 sub-gun on the trunk lid of his cruiser and drove off. When he realized what he had done, and drove back to get it, the gun was gone. Fortunately for him, the gun was found by someone who turned it to the police. As far as I know, the cop was given a slap on the wrist and is still on the PD.

Link


Wow. That's like Pennywise: hilarious but horrifying.
 
2012-10-03 11:20:43 AM

redmid17: Fissile: Private_Citizen: Ok, rtfa, and the guns were recovered from a 17 yo. I retract my statement about the officer snagging them for his private collection.

I guess it was just hard for me to believe that a SWAT officer, after getting his guns stolen (which prompted a rule change that says NO firearms, IDs, etc are to be left in a car) went and left them in his car again!

I guess never ascribe an action too malice, when incompetence is more likely.

================

A few years ago, a local cop left a MP-5 sub-gun on the trunk lid of his cruiser and drove off. When he realized what he had done, and drove back to get it, the gun was gone. Fortunately for him, the gun was found by someone who turned it to the police. As far as I know, the cop was given a slap on the wrist and is still on the PD.

Link


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The story I referenced happened in New Jersey, but it's good to know that cops are consistent from coast to coast.
 
2012-10-03 02:21:13 PM
This is why only the police and military should be allow to have guns, Oh wait.
 
2012-10-03 03:15:21 PM
FTFA: Anthony Ostrander, 26, of Big Pine Key faces a charge of dealing in stolen property charges.

Brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department.
 
2012-10-03 04:35:52 PM

Lee Jackson Beauregard: FTFA: Anthony Ostrander, 26, of Big Pine Key faces a charge of dealing in stolen property charges.

Brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department.


How does one steal property charges and, more importantly, what are property charges??
 
2012-10-03 10:57:45 PM

redmid17: Lee Jackson Beauregard: FTFA: Anthony Ostrander, 26, of Big Pine Key faces a charge of dealing in stolen property charges.

Brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department.

How does one steal property charges and, more importantly, what are property charges??


Perhaps they're the kind of charge that goes boom, in which case this dude can expect a visit from the ATF.
 
2012-10-04 09:24:40 PM
I wonder how much he got for them.
 
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