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Man finds stolen tools at pawn shop, accuses co-worker of theft

Posted: January 23, 2012 - 11:30am

Theft of property, 1300 E. Oak St.

A man made contact with an officer at the police station to report that some of his tools that he uses for work had been stolen. The man stated that he checked with several local pawn shops and found some of the items. When the man asked the pawn shop employees who had pawned the items, he was told a woman’s name. However, the man told the officer that the woman is married to his co-worker. The man was advised of the warrant process.

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shadylady66
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shadylady66 01/23/12 - 04:36 pm
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seems to me the man did all

seems to me the man did all the work so where does the police come in and arrest people instead of advising them of the warrant process when do they arrest people? just asking as i don't understand

General Disarray
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General Disarray 01/23/12 - 04:41 pm
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apparently

If the police were not there to witness the man purchase the tools, then again when the other man stole the tools and when the woman then sold the tools to the pawn shop, then they can't do anything about it.

It is getting a little ridiculous now isn't it?

bft3446
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bft3446 01/23/12 - 05:10 pm
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apparently

Your last sentence is not strong enough. It passed being ricidulous a long time ago.

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