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(AZ Family)   Protip: Don't sell your car on Craigslist and then report it stolen so you can claim the insurance money   (azfamily.com) divider line 27
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2013-12-06 07:58:28 AM
Was that wrong? Should I not have done that?
 
2013-12-06 08:02:47 AM
I got a rubber-band motor hummin on a beach ready for fun
Quit spinnin and webbin come out play in the sun
Eight thimble-sized cylinders be as smooth as you please
Spider's bad-ass fat old abdomen stuck in the buggy seat
 
2013-12-06 08:16:33 AM
Why not? He sold it for $35,000, the insurance company cut him a check for $53,000.

He just failed to cover his tracks, and missed the window of opportunity to make himself scarce.
 
2013-12-06 08:25:35 AM

GeekDragon: Why not? He sold it for $35,000, the insurance company cut him a check for $53,000.

He just failed to cover his tracks, and missed the window of opportunity to make himself scarce.


Now he'll have the opportunity to make himself scarce at prison showers.  Only because someone might be coming up behind him inserting their dipstick to check his oil without the lube job.  Or repeatedly parking their car in his rear.  Or...
 
2013-12-06 08:28:17 AM
"A detective with the agency's criminal investigations bureau found the report suspicious for several reasons, including a lack of physical evidence. "


Translation: Phil put down his Nutella filled donut and fired up the ol' laptop.
 
2013-12-06 08:30:19 AM
And I would have got away with it too; if it weren't for you meddling police officers!
 
2013-12-06 08:39:28 AM
The man also told investigators he was suspicious about the sale because Dickinson allegedly refused to provide ownership paperwork.

And you wrote this man a check for 35 grand? And set yourself up for a "receiving stolen property" charge?
Jesus, you have no idea how lucky you were.
 
2013-12-06 08:43:35 AM
So....eBay then?
 
2013-12-06 08:50:45 AM
I am an avid indoorsmen, but what does one buy a "Sandrail" for? Is it a status thing like riding a four wheeler down the streets of the hood?
 
2013-12-06 08:52:38 AM
Or if you do, at least sign the paperwork with your left hand... or whatever.
 
2013-12-06 08:55:11 AM

Wettner: I am an avid indoorsmen, but what does one buy a "Sandrail" for? Is it a status thing like riding a four wheeler down the streets of the hood?


It's a pretty damn awesome vehicle for gun and drug smuggling in GTA V
 
2013-12-06 08:57:17 AM
Also, I was about to feel bad for the "new" owner of the sandrail, until I read the part about accepting a boat from the original owner to settle things. Sorry, but if I think a car is shady and in order to pacify me, you offer a boat, at that point I  know something is up.

They're both tools.
 
2013-12-06 09:02:20 AM
Its safer to assume that anything for sale on craigslist is stolen and avoid it.
 
2013-12-06 09:06:24 AM

eyeq360: GeekDragon: Why not? He sold it for $35,000, the insurance company cut him a check for $53,000.

He just failed to cover his tracks, and missed the window of opportunity to make himself scarce.

Now he'll have the opportunity to make himself scarce at prison showers.  Only because someone might be coming up behind him inserting their dipstick to check his oil without the lube job.  Or repeatedly parking their car in his rear.  Or...


Haha its funny because its rape.
 
2013-12-06 09:08:46 AM
$50k for a dunebuggy?


That is criminal!
 
2013-12-06 09:13:18 AM

Wettner: I am an avid indoorsmen, but what does one buy a "Sandrail" for? Is it a status thing like riding a four wheeler down the streets of the hood?


If it has to be explained then it's not for you, brah.
 
2013-12-06 09:22:07 AM

wyltoknow: eyeq360: GeekDragon: Why not? He sold it for $35,000, the insurance company cut him a check for $53,000.

He just failed to cover his tracks, and missed the window of opportunity to make himself scarce.

Now he'll have the opportunity to make himself scarce at prison showers.  Only because someone might be coming up behind him inserting their dipstick to check his oil without the lube job.  Or repeatedly parking their car in his rear.  Or...

Haha its funny because its rape.


PMITA prison jokes are considered highbrow humor around here, especially if you refer to the act with bad puns.
 
2013-12-06 09:23:06 AM

eyeq360: GeekDragon: Why not? He sold it for $35,000, the insurance company cut him a check for $53,000.

He just failed to cover his tracks, and missed the window of opportunity to make himself scarce.

Now he'll have the opportunity to make himself scarce at prison showers.  Only because someone might be coming up behind him inserting their dipstick to check his oil without the lube job.  Or repeatedly parking their car in his rear.  Or...


Railing him.
 
2013-12-06 09:29:23 AM

Bslim: Wettner: I am an avid indoorsmen, but what does one buy a "Sandrail" for? Is it a status thing like riding a four wheeler down the streets of the hood?

If it has to be explained then it's not for you, brah.


Fair enough. I suppose it's one of those "Jeep" things I will also never understand.
 
2013-12-06 09:33:08 AM

Pangit: Also, I was about to feel bad for the "new" owner of the sandrail, until I read the part about accepting a boat from the original owner to settle things. Sorry, but if I think a car is shady and in order to pacify me, you offer a boat, at that point I  know something is up.

They're both tools.


The new 'owner' STILL bought it after he thought it was shady? Probably hoping to flip it himself after the other guy gets caught.
 
2013-12-06 09:35:23 AM

Pangit: Also, I was about to feel bad for the "new" owner of the sandrail, until I read the part about accepting a boat from the original owner to settle things. Sorry, but if I think a car is shady and in order to pacify me, you offer a boat, at that point I  know something is up.

They're both tools.


Seriously why didn't the new buyer go right to the police so he could get his money back and be safe from any upcoming fines/charges.
 
2013-12-06 09:57:17 AM
Where do you go to get it serviced? I haven't seen many sandrail dealerships around here.
 
2013-12-06 10:21:17 AM

nytmare: Where do you go to get it serviced? I haven't seen many sandrail dealerships around here.


You are in PA, why would there be a sandrail dealership in PA?  We have no sand.  Those are hot items in desert states.
 
2013-12-06 01:26:02 PM
A new 2009 Sinister sandrail has a value of more than $50,000.

Is there such a thing as a new 2009 model Sinister sandrail? Now? In 2013?
 
2013-12-06 03:14:32 PM

NutWrench: The man also told investigators he was suspicious about the sale because Dickinson allegedly refused to provide ownership paperwork.

And you wrote this man a check for 35 grand? And set yourself up for a "receiving stolen property" charge?
Jesus, you have no idea how lucky you were.


That's the funny thing.  If he would have showed the ownership paperwork he had he probably would have got away with it.
 
2013-12-06 03:25:55 PM
Had to google 'sinister sandrail'... thot it might be one o' those bitty european cars.
 
2013-12-06 06:48:15 PM
How does someone that stupid have that much money?  It baffles the mind.
 
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