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TOPIC: WTF
Created by: vabeachcouple33
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Putting this back where it belongs.

Abrahama Luna, who said he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2007, said he doesn't remember much from Monday night or Tuesday morning, but authorities say he went on a tear through a golf course, assaulted employees at a Holiday 7-Eleven, led deputies on a high-speed chase through on-coming traffic lanes on U.S. 19 and sideswiped a patrol cruiser before he was arrested.

The man, who was wearing only construction boots, slipped away.

Then about 4 a.m. Tuesday, a Tarpon Springs officer tried to pull over a white van with a temporary tag that was speeding on U.S. 19, authorities said. The van kept going. Police called off the pursuit when the van entered Pasco County.

A few minutes later, Luna stopped at the 7-Eleven at 1324 U.S. 19, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said.

He punched one employee in the face and scratched the employee's arms with his fingernails, the report states. The employees chased him out of the store and locked the doors. Luna got in his GMC Savana van and wheeled it toward the doors, stopping 5 feet from the entrance, the report states.

He got out and tried to open one of the employee's cars but couldn't.

Luna drove off with his headlights off, reaching speeds of 80 mph, at times driving into oncoming traffic, authorities said. Deputies began a pursuit and blocked roads. After the van sideswiped a patrol car, deputies stopped the van near U.S. 19 and Moog Road about 4:30 a.m.

Luna, 30, fled from the van, and one of the deputies jolted him with a Taser before he was captured, the Sheriff's Office said. No injuries were reported.

"When two men are going to fight," he said, "the one that's naked usually wins."

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Post-K, at the height of the rebuild in NOLA, people would wake up in their raised homes to find no running water. During the night, thieves would crawl under their homes and cut out the copper while they slept. A/c coils and other "scrap" like brand new wiring, were going for big money at the time.

Copper theft also included gutters and downspouts on homes, occupied or not. The strangest story involved our cemeteries, where the brass flower pots with built-in "spades" to slideing into the ground, were stolen en masse.

When the police finally cracked down on the one or two scrap yards in the city, requiring that they not allowing/accepting shopping carts to be used as transport, photocopying drivers licenses, and fingerprinting all sellers, these crimes finally slowed to a crawl.

It was a colorful time in the city's rich history.

BT

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I am surprised you guys hadn't heard of A/C unit stealing before. It has been a common enough problem that churches' insurance companies advise their clients to lock a protective cage over them, at least in the Milwaukee area. Of course, if someone is intent on stealing the unit, it wouldn't be difficult to bring a tool large enough to cut away any lock.

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That's crazy. When we lived in the French slum of Vanier Ontario we had a STOVE stolen. I was renovating our kitchen and put the stove outside the back door with a tarp on it. While we were sleeping, someone came into our back yard and stole it. That's not a casual theft - that's a neighbor who saw me put it out, and then two guys and a truck came and took it. Assholes.

I've never heard of a stolen AC unit. That takes planning, tools, and at least 2 people. Crazy.

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Just talked to my friend in Saint Louis and she told me how her neighbor came home from work and found the house hot. So she went to turn the a/c lower and it would not turn one. so she went out back to check it out only to find the whole outside unit was gone. Some one had stole the a/c unit while she was at work. The removal was caught on several security cameras but not clear enough to get any details. WTF

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A convicted meth trafficker filed a petition in June from a West Texas prison to have his truck, gun and other items returned following a raid on his drug operation in 2013.

WALTER WHITE, 55, wrote the petition from his federal lockup in Big Spring, where he is being held until March 2024, asking that his Ford Bronco, a .45-caliber pistol, a flat screen television, a camera surveillance system, and two laptops be returned to his son, Bradley. He claimed the property was “illegally seized” by members of a drug task force.

In response, lawyers this month said they had no issue returning a DVR player, cellphones and various documents. As for the other items? White will need to consult with the Montana cops to get that other stuff.

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That makes even less sense.

I meant that even if they were friends up until that moment there is no need to feel bad about it. As I said - most of us probably have someone we know well in our lives who is into that, and we have no idea.

I doubt I could remain friends with someone once I was convinced they were guilty.

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yes i did scamp , i was replying to what va said

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"To be clear I'm not friends with him..."

Did you not read this part of the post Ann?

~scamp

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UUUUMMMMM......child porn ......NO...I WOULD NOT REMAIN FRIENDS.....

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Today on property I rent out I discovered a stash of who know's what, that was buried by renters in 1999. The husband was VERY worried about Y2K and stored thousands of jars and cans in the cellar of the farmhouse he rented from us. The buried "treasure" is in the back corner of our barn. So far I pulled out a white plastic bucket full of powdered milk!

Excavation will continue shortly. Tragically, the husband died in an accident on the highway in 2002, along with one of his sons. I have a call in to his widow and hope to find out what she remembers was buried there.

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