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(My Fox Phoenix)   Don't bother with expensive security systems for your home. Step 1: Get three little dogs. Step 2: Put GoPro cameras on their collars. Need proof? Check out how Bubba, Buster and Malibu scare away a suspect on tape   (myfoxphoenix.com) divider line 28
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2013-11-15 07:59:46 AM  
and now that I know its just small dogs and that they leave their door unlocked and that they have cameras I will return better prepared!  Thanks for the heads up
 
2013-11-15 08:00:47 AM  
Its the little ones that get'cha.
 
2013-11-15 08:05:36 AM  
I think the GoPro was really being used so the owners could sit on the couch at home, with a large bowl of popcorn and watch all that butt-sniffing action of the day.
 
2013-11-15 08:09:02 AM  
In a neighborhood that clearly sucks (daylight-roaming opportunistic thieves, multiple security cameras up and down the street) why does this savant leave her front door unlocked in the first place?
 
2013-11-15 09:11:23 AM  
The camera was on the homeowner's front porch. They had a camera inside, pointed at the front door, cameras on their dogs. And a home alarm. Why, if they are so concerned with security, do they leave their front door unlocked?

Something is rotten in the state of Arizona.
 
2013-11-15 09:29:15 AM  

muertes: The camera was on the homeowner's front porch. They had a camera inside, pointed at the front door, cameras on their dogs. And a home alarm. Why, if they are so concerned with security, do they leave their front door unlocked?

Something is rotten in the state of Arizona.


400 lbs Cholos wandering neighborhoods helping themselves to peoples homes. Something tells me this wasn't an isolated incident.
 
2013-11-15 09:30:40 AM  
Yeah, those dogs totally scared him. You can tell by how slowly he walks away.

My guess? He was drunk and opened a door that wasn't his by mistake (and he doesn't have dogs). Just judging from the slow, meandering walk, the fact that it was broad daylight, and that he just kinda wandered off - "Oh, shiat, this isn't my house. This is awkward."

Oh wait, he's black in Arizona? Gotta be a burgular intent on stealing all your shiat. Good thing you had a few very small dogs to protect you from that vicious man.

Hell, even if he was a robber, he's less scared of the dogs and more scared of all the attention that they bring from the neighbors with their incessant barking.
 
2013-11-15 09:53:02 AM  
Tape?
 
2013-11-15 10:36:38 AM  
wheres that star trek dude holding the rectal thermometer or whatever that picture is

FAKE FAKE FAKE FAKE

ill bet this is actually a paid-for "informative news" segment sponsored by either a local home alarm company, or perhaps a local politician drumming up some good ol' fashioned xenophobia. so many different cameras on this guy. Wouldn't have been much of a news segment without all that glorious footage now would it?

FAKE FAKE FAKE FAKE
 
2013-11-15 10:54:24 AM  
10 CSB
I was present for an police "interview" (interrogation) of a burglary suspect back in 87 who was chased out of a house by small dogs.  Nobody was home except what he described as a dozen football sized furry dogs of different color and shapes.  As he was walking around inside looking for crap to fit into a pillow case he kept getting bit in the leg by different fast moving poodles and pomeranians that would dart out from under tables and furniture and take a small chunk out of him.  He tried kicking and hitting them for a while but never landed a blow because they would just land a nip from behind and run away, he would turn to kick it and another one would run up behind him and do it again.  He said for a while it was just annoying and infuriating but after a while he actually got worried that he might fall down and get swarmed.  He thought he might actually get killed, so he farking ran with almost nothing stolen.  Guy was actually shaken up about it.

We were farking dying trying not to laugh our asses off and get recorded.  Soon as stop was pressed we just farking lost our shiat.
20 /csb
 
2013-11-15 11:10:13 AM  
He opened the door and was met with a collective ten pounds of NOPE
 
2013-11-15 11:33:16 AM  

Coolfusis: Yeah, those dogs totally scared him. You can tell by how slowly he walks away.

My guess? He was drunk and opened a door that wasn't his by mistake (and he doesn't have dogs). Just judging from the slow, meandering walk, the fact that it was broad daylight, and that he just kinda wandered off - "Oh, shiat, this isn't my house. This is awkward."

Oh wait, he's black in Arizona? Gotta be a burgular intent on stealing all your shiat. Good thing you had a few very small dogs to protect you from that vicious man.

Hell, even if he was a robber, he's less scared of the dogs and more scared of all the attention that they bring from the neighbors with their incessant barking.



This.  He def looks drunk to me but his walk and was prob just confused.

Also to security camera people there is this amazing new invention you put on doors that help prevent strangers from entering you house uninvited called locks.  You should totally check them out.
 
2013-11-15 12:51:19 PM  
Guy definitely looks like hes got a screw loose.
 
2013-11-15 01:24:42 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: In a neighborhood that clearly sucks (daylight-roaming opportunistic thieves, multiple security cameras up and down the street) why does this savant leave her front door unlocked in the first place?


For the footage.
 
2013-11-15 06:50:36 PM  
 2.bp.blogspot.com

If it wasn't for dickheads like you, there wouldn't be any thievery in this world, would there?
 
2013-11-15 07:44:11 PM  
Put a skeptical check mark next to my name.

All that security, but it did seem like the door was unlocked or the lock was incredibly easy to pick.

The guy walks in and sees the small dogs and then just turns around?  If he were there to steal things, and they had anything of value in the home, that seemed a bit premature of an exit.

So, seems like it might've been staged (I didn't really read the article and really only glanced at the vid).  Could have been an accidental thing ... he went to the wrong house and when he saw the dogs, realized his mistake.  Maybe he was just a bit touched, and was going around to random houses and seeing if the doors were unlocked.  Then again, he was fat and fat people only ever look for the quick and easy option, so I suppose he might've seen the dogs and decided, I'll go to an easier house.  Or maybe everything inside was old and worthless.  Or there might've been a chupacabra off camera.  And let me tell you, you don't want to mess with a chupacabra.
 
2013-11-15 08:46:55 PM  
Step 3 - trade in your toy dog for a real one.

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Also good for door to door salesmen and mormons
 
2013-11-15 09:23:59 PM  
L.M.A.O.

My 3 little ones (2 Jack Russells and a Chihuahua) will distract them long enough till the 2 Wolfhounds step in (the Chihuahua is their puppy (at least they think he is). Guns aren't far behimd that.
 
2013-11-15 09:56:52 PM  

orclover: 10 CSB
I was present for an police "interview" (interrogation) of a burglary suspect back in 87 who was chased out of a house by small dogs.  Nobody was home except what he described as a dozen football sized furry dogs of different color and shapes.  As he was walking around inside looking for crap to fit into a pillow case he kept getting bit in the leg by different fast moving poodles and pomeranians that would dart out from under tables and furniture and take a small chunk out of him.  He tried kicking and hitting them for a while but never landed a blow because they would just land a nip from behind and run away, he would turn to kick it and another one would run up behind him and do it again.  He said for a while it was just annoying and infuriating but after a while he actually got worried that he might fall down and get swarmed.  He thought he might actually get killed, so he farking ran with almost nothing stolen.  Guy was actually shaken up about it.

We were farking dying trying not to laugh our asses off and get recorded.  Soon as stop was pressed we just farking lost our shiat.
20 /csb


That's hilarious.

My pup is a fairly big boy, an 85 lb. black lab/German Shepherd mix. He's sweet as hell, but takes his job of guarding the house SERIOUSLY. I came home the other day unexpectedly and as I was walking up the driveway he started going utterly ballistic. When I opened the screen door he started throwing himself against the damn front door. Pretty sure he was jumping up and slamming the door as hard as he could with his front paws over and over, as the door was shaking in the frame as he barked and growled up a storm.

I feel pretty confident that if there's ever a rash of robberies in my neighborhood the thieves are probably going to skip our house. I thought it was hilarious, but the pizza guy doesn't. I put him in the backyard now when I order delivery.
 
2013-11-15 11:20:51 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: In a neighborhood that clearly sucks (daylight-roaming opportunistic thieves, multiple security cameras up and down the street) why does this savant leave her front door unlocked in the first place?


amazing, isn't it? i wonder if this jackass looks both ways before crossing the street. there are way too many grown-ups that require adult supervision.
 
2013-11-16 03:31:42 AM  
There is a desert survival lesson here.

A lot of newer Arizona neighborhoods have the same exact houses for block after block.
 This poor guy failed to tie a string to his house when he left it, and now can't find his way back.


Dehydrated and hiking in circles as he tries door after identical door, he will eventually die from heat exhaustion.

It happens too often.
 
2013-11-16 05:22:27 AM  
If that guy was a thief I bet the presence of yappy dogs is a sign that the owners are home.  Go look for easier pickings.
 
2013-11-16 06:29:28 AM  
More likely, drunk dude sees dogs, says "this is not my beautiful house, this is not my beautiful wife" and stumbles away to locate his beautiful neighborhood.

No story here news crew, except that a paranoid couple leaves their doors unlocked.
 
2013-11-16 06:38:11 AM  
I saw some show on discovery or something where they were talking to some junkie about breaking into houses. He said he'd never pick a house with small dogs because they're quicker to bite but more importantly, their yappy and make too much damn noise.
 
2013-11-16 06:41:53 AM  

darth_shatner: Step 3 - trade in your toy dog for a real one.

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Also good for door to door salesmen and mormons


I swallowed my pride and sold alarm systems door-to-door one summer, to keep bread on the table. It was kind of interesting when you saw guard dogs like that.
Typically, female homeowners would regard them as sufficient protection.
On the other hand, male homeowners wanted an alarm system to protect the dog.

/ Take it as you will
 
2013-11-16 03:10:09 PM  
My 98 pound Rhodesian Ridgeback just scared the snot out of two Jehovah's not 5 minutes ago. So getting kick, etc.
 
2013-11-16 03:12:05 PM  
"Any dog less than 50 pounds is a cat. And cats are pointless."

www.blogcdn.com
 
2013-11-16 03:42:53 PM  
Why is it that every single little crappy TV station in the country has to have its own crappy cookie-cutter website, and further that every single one has to have its own barely functional video player that's completely different from the rest of the internet?

/First world problems
 
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