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Re: Gimme all your ammo!

Postby deanimator » Tue Sep 27, 2016 3:46 pm

deanimator wrote:
Michael wrote:Incredible and outrageous.

The most probable scenario: the LEO took the ammo home with him.

Something needs to he done here.

It'd be interesting if some of that ammunition was loaded with less than 100% attention to detail, like a double or triple charge of Bullseye in a .38 Special case.

If one of those rounds were to destroy a firearm and injure the cop, how would he explain how he got the information? "I stole it"?

Even more interesting, what would happen if he gave some to somebody else who got injured?

Theft is theft, no matter if you try to cloak it in giving somebody a "break" from a non-existent "crime".

Correction, "AMMUNITION", not "information".
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Re: Gimme all your ammo!

Postby deanimator » Tue Sep 27, 2016 3:47 pm

steves 50de wrote:I don't know what's a stop sign ticket cost, what's the cost of the ammo. If you ask for his supervisor to come out,.... you are getting a ticket and 2 points on the driver license. Just sayin It's no win situation . :cry:

Encouraging theft is a bigger loser.

What's he going to steal next time?
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Re: Gimme all your ammo!

Postby ArmedAviator » Tue Sep 27, 2016 4:35 pm

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steves 50de wrote:I don't know what's a stop sign ticket cost, what's the cost of the ammo. If you ask for his supervisor to come out,.... you are getting a ticket and 2 points on the driver license. Just sayin It's no win situation . :cry:

Encouraging theft is a bigger loser.


If you break the law rolling a stop sign and you got caught, you deserve the ticket. The theft of ammunition by a LEO is unacceptable. Period.
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Re: Gimme all your ammo!

Postby Michael » Tue Sep 27, 2016 7:40 pm

File a theft report, and list the name of the LEO as a suspect.
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Re: Gimme all your ammo!

Postby MyWifeSaidYes » Tue Sep 27, 2016 7:42 pm

Get a records request started for the officer's incident report and all electronic communication (such as emails or texts), radio and telephone traffic, and any dash cam or body cam footage associated with that report.

Don't plan on getting the ammo back, but don't let the cop off the hook. Get the evidence that he did take your ammo illegally and pursue it. Maybe ask some organization that is already suing Cleveland ( :wink: ) if they can help.
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Re: Gimme all your ammo!

Postby deanimator » Tue Sep 27, 2016 8:46 pm

ArmedAviator wrote:If you break the law rolling a stop sign and you got caught, you deserve the ticket. The theft of ammunition by a LEO is unacceptable. Period.

The theft of ANYTHING by an LEO is unacceptable.
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