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Topic: Package Thief gets caught!  (Read 735 times)

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I know we all hate thieves and love it when they get caught.  Had to share this one...victory!   :smt044

Make sure to watch the first 15 seconds, its the best part.  Not mine btw.

« Last Edit: December 04, 2017, 05:24:48 PM by SmokeOnTheWater »
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That gives me a warm fuzzy feeling inside.

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I laughed, thought about how the thief didnt have any fighting skills, then was saddened by the thought that the homeowner will be sued and lose... If it is in California...

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It was awesome!
I even showed that to Ash!
Our package got stolen two weeks ago & Ive been try to convince Ash to get us Ring.
I laughed, thought about how the thief didnt have any fighting skills, then was saddened by the thought that the homeowner will be sued and lose... If it is in California...

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Oh really!?
No citizens arrest?


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It was awesome!
I even showed that to Ash!
Our package got stolen two weeks ago & I�ve been try to convince Ash to get us �Ring�.
I laughed, thought about how the thief didnt have any fighting skills, then was saddened by the thought that the homeowner will be sued and lose... If it is in California...

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Oh really!?
No citizens arrest?


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Citizen's arrest in CA means very little... Whether the homeowner was "present" at time of offense, and bc it was on private property... Although if the item stolen rises to a level of a felony, citizen need not be present for the offense...It can be problematic. Also, if the thief has any injuries, the thief has a viable claim... Sad but true.

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I wonder if UPS and Fedex trains its drivers on thieves tailing their trucks

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lolollolol dumb biatch


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I love how the driver takes off before the girl gets in the car when he/she sees the home owner runs out. I hope it's not a boyfriend.  :smt044
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[/quote]Citizen's arrest in CA means very little... Whether the homeowner was "present" at time of offense, and bc it was on private property... Although if the item stolen rises to a level of a felony, citizen need not be present for the offense...It can be problematic. Also, if the thief has any injuries, the thief has a viable claim... Sad but true.

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The only viable claim this person has is against the driver of the get away vehicle.  The homeowner is well within their rights to make a citizens arrest on this person and use an appropriate level of force to effect that arrest. Being home or not has NOTHING to do with it nor does it being misdemeanor or felony. The fact is a crime was committed and the citizen took appropriate action. End of story.   


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Citizen's arrest in CA means very little... Whether the homeowner was "present" at time of offense, and bc it was on private property... Although if the item stolen rises to a level of a felony, citizen need not be present for the offense...It can be problematic. Also, if the thief has any injuries, the thief has a viable claim... Sad but true.

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The only viable claim this person has is against the driver of the get away vehicle.  The homeowner is well within their rights to make a citizens arrest on this person and use an appropriate level of force to effect that arrest. Being home or not has NOTHING to do with it nor does it being misdemeanor or felony. The fact is a crime was committed and the citizen took appropriate action. End of story.   
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I agree that a crime was committed. And a homeowner can take reasonable measures to protect property... with limitations. Protecting personal property and citizens arrest are different. Given that the "arrest" also took place on a public roadway, Just saying that whether the person made a proper citizen's arrest isn't always cut and dry . Being present to obserce the crime does matter if it is a misdemeanor. Felonies have different requirements.

I think the key here is that we all got a good laugh, and were happy to see justice met.

P.s. I am not defending the thief in the video. I think the ass kicking (or hair pulling 8n this instance) did more to reduce recidivism than any jail term could do.

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I love how the driver takes off before the girl gets in the car when he/she sees the home owner runs out. I hope it's not a boyfriend.  :smt044
Probably was.....even funnier.....there was plenty of time for her to get in but the get away driver gunned it and ditched her anyway lol.

If you guys have a few hours to kill and dont mind seeing thieves get their comeuppance....twinz tv on youtube. 


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Awesome!

Not to get too off topic but the creep catcher videos on YouTube are also fantastic fun...  think to catch a predator.  I guess publicly shaming child predators is also a no no in the states as all the shows seem based out of Australia or Canada.


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Probably was.....even funnier.....there was plenty of time for her to get in but the get away driver gunned it and ditched her anyway lol.


That was the best part!  :smt044 :smt044
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