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  • Car burglaries Plaguing San Francisco

    Inside the Wave of 'Smash-and-Grab' Car burglaries Plaguing San Francisco

    Watch this news video If you plan to visit San Francisco and park on a city street or public parking lot. It has an unforeseen ending (at 3:20)….

    https://www.insideedition.com/inside...rancisco-46736
    Last edited by BTDT2; 09-18-2018, 09:59 AM.

  • #2
    This has been going on for sometime now. At one point theives were targeting rental cars thinking tourists would leave electronics inside.
    I'd rather be judged by 12 rather carried by 6.

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    • #3
      A plague implies an unwanted occurrence.
      semper destravit

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      • #4
        Since all those are low level crimes, they won't be investigated nor prosecuted...not in sunny CA.
        Now go home and get your shine box!

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        • BTDT2
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          Ain't it the truth!!!!!!!!

      • #5
        Originally posted by CCCSD View Post
        Since all those are low level crimes, they won't be investigated nor prosecuted...not in sunny CA.


        I remember the old days when beat units responded to “not in progress” property crimes and follow up Investigators cleared cases by arrest.

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        • PR723
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          I loved that skit

      • #6
        This is nothing new. Another reason why I won't drive my truck to work in San Fran. I dislike working there the only upside is I get paid more there.
        "A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives." - Jackie Robinson


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        • #7
          You should see how often LE lose their stuff up there from car clouts...
          Now go home and get your shine box!

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          • #8
            Originally posted by BaseballBabe View Post
            This is nothing new. Another reason why I won't drive my truck to work in San Fran. I dislike working there the only upside is I get paid more there.
            Nice to see you posting...............................
            Since some people need to be told by notes in crayon .......Don't PM me with without prior permission. If you can't discuss the situation in the open forum ----it must not be that important

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            • BaseballBabe
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              Hi. Just checking not staying long.

          • #9
            Originally posted by BaseballBabe View Post
            This is nothing new. Another reason why I won't drive my truck to work in San Fran. I dislike working there the only upside is I get paid more there.
            Do you ride the bart? I hear there's problems there, too.
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            • BaseballBabe
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              Hell no!! I take the ferry to San Francisco.

              Check out my instagram account for all my photos when I'm on the ferry. @jennyspixs

              The ferry is my favorite part of the ride to and from the city. Yes, BART is ten times worse now more then ever.

          • #10


            Originally posted by CCCSD View Post
            Since all those are low level crimes, they won't be investigated nor prosecuted...not in sunny CA.
            3C’s you're spot on, what’s next commuted life sentences of murders and over a thousand pardons to criminals convicted of forgery, drunk driving, and drug sales offenses?


            CA Governor Commutes Sentences For 20 Murderers Serving Life Without Parole

            byHolly Matkin
            Washington Post

            Nearly two dozen murderers sentenced to life without parole will have the opportunity to be released onto the streets.

            Los Angeles, CA – California Governor Jerry Brown recently commuted the sentences of 20 murderers who were supposed to remain in prison for life.

            Brown’s move gave nearly two dozen convicted killers the opportunity to be considered for parole, The Washington Post reported.
            He had already commuted the life sentences of another 62 criminals since 2011, and still has four months left in office.
            In addition to the staggering number of commutations, Brown has also doled out over 1,100 pardons to criminals convicted of forgery, drunk driving, and drug sales offenses.

            By comparison, former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger granted just 15 pardons during his time in office, while former Governor Gray Davis issued none.

            “2018 is the worst I’ve ever seen it,” Crime Survivors Resource Center founder Patricia Wenskunas, told The Washington Post. “The sad reality is, California is not a victim-friendly state. It’s an offender-friendly state.”

            In August, Brown pardoned three former prisoners who were facing deportation to Cambodia, including one man convicted of murder.
            In addition to the commutations and pardons, Brown also has the final word on parole board decisions, and has approved parole for over 2,300 murderers who were serving life sentences during his time in office, The Washington Post reported.

            Nazgol Ghandnoosh, a research analyst for the criminal justice advocacy group, the Sentencing Project, hailed Brown’s sweeping pardons and commutations.
            “It really stands out [in a good way,]” she told The Washington Post. “As a country, we need to move away from life without parole as a sentence altogether.”

            Despite the criminal justice and judiciary layers that resulted in the life sentences being imposed, Brown took it upon himself to singlehandedly alter their intended course.

            “There has been an overshoot in the time many people expect [criminals] to be locked up in a cage or cell,” he said, according to The Washington Post. “I think there’s wisdom in having the possibility of hope [of being released].”
            Association of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys President Michele Hanisee strongly disagreed, and argued that Brown’s latest commutations were “motivated by [his] personal philosophy of deincarceration.”

            “It is another action by Gov. Brown in a long line of policy that makes California less safe,” Orange County Assemblyman Matthew Harper said.

            Victims’ rights advocates also blasted the governor’s leniency, calling the commutations an injustice.
            “Governor Brown, can you commute my daughter and bring her back?” said Jennifer Lundy, whose three-year-old child was murdered by a man living with her family in 1993. “What have you done to restore my life?”
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            • #11
              Yes. Minors aren’t getting life for murder, hands off special interest groups, read the writing on the wall...
              Now go home and get your shine box!

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              • #12
                Do they urinate in the cars after the break-in?
                They seem to pizz everywhere else in that broke-*** town.
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                • #13
                  Originally posted by swat_op506 View Post
                  Do they urinate in the cars after the break-in?
                  They seem to pizz everywhere else in that broke-*** town.
                  Lmao! I bet they do. I'm sure the animals in the Bay Area can't help themselves to mark their territory on everything they come across.

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                  • #14
                    Originally posted by swat_op506 View Post
                    Do they urinate in the cars after the break-in?
                    They seem to pizz everywhere else in that broke-*** town.
                    Not aware of a car clouters urinating in vehicles after breaking in.

                    However, I am aware of car clout victims crapping in their pants upon discovering loss and damage.

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                    • #15
                      These guys are probably going to get sued one day, but the thieves got what they deserved.

                      https://youtu.be/aqlKYyDrz3E

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