RoosterCogburn: FTFA "The car's owner, who was at the residence, told deputies that he had loaned his car to his friend Phillip Joseph Steinberg for a booze run. When Steinberg returned, he remarked that Village Pizza had been robbed by someone matching his description so he removed the vehicle's tag to avoid a case of mistaken identity, deputies said."The owner of the car, unrelated to the robbery and unaware of it occurring... removes his vehicle tags from the car. In what way did he think this would work? If they got your plate number, they know who you are - regardless of if the plate is still on there. This isn't the Transporter where fake plates were used to begin with, right?
Begoggle: Also I like the title of the column, looks like a regular feature.FloriDUH
special20: Begoggle: Also I like the title of the column, looks like a regular feature.FloriDUHSays the guy from Ohio.
Mentalpatient87: special20: Begoggle: Also I like the title of the column, looks like a regular feature.FloriDUHSays the guy from Ohio.Says the Texan.
Aarontology: In a row?
special20: Mentalpatient87: special20: Begoggle: Also I like the title of the column, looks like a regular feature.FloriDUHSays the guy from Ohio.Says the Texan.What's keeping you from the Klan rally, Indiana boy?
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