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#1 Steve Heard

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Posted 11 June 2018 - 05:41 PM

Hey Folks, I have a house listed for sale on Hancock. A few days ago, my client went to check on it and found that his pool sweep had been stolen. Those things can cost hundreds of dollars. 

 

It has happened to homes listed by several of my colleagues as well. 

 

Today, I looked on Craigslist and found several for sale. I forwarded the link to my client. He immediately recognized his. He said that there was 

 

He said that there was a break in the groove of the locking mechanism.  

 

He called the cops. The cops, pretending to be an interested buyer, contacted the seller and asked him to send more photos, one of which revealed the break in the locking mechanism. 

 

They arranged to meet, and he was arrested.

 

Turns out he's got a warrant out for his arrest for a parole violation, so he heads straight to jail. 

 

He proves once again, that criminals are stupid. 

 


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#2 camay2327

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Posted 03 August 2018 - 04:39 PM

From the Folsom Police Department...

 

 

 

https://local.nixle.com/alert/6723770/


A VETERAN Whether active duty, retired, national guard or reserve - is someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America" for an amount "up to and including their life". That is HONOR, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it. -Author unknown-

#3 The Average Joe

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Posted 04 August 2018 - 09:51 AM

Shocker...transients guilty of crime. Was just down on K street in Sac at 7 am this morrning. What a vibrant pig sty.  Bums EVERYWHERE. Two right outside the Crest Theater ( I was working next door)  As I came downstairs to take another load of materials upstairs, dude had his junk out and was peeing on the door. now I had to wheel my handtruck through that. Tenant said last week one of them got inside and spread feces all over the walls.  Keep it up SAc, you'll be just like big bro SF in no time!  How very cosmopolitan!

 

Noticed the new transient delivery, er, "nightime light rail service" to Folsom.. Oh yay...


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Posted 05 August 2018 - 11:11 AM

Transient presence and crime in Folsom is a seriously growing issue and should be addressed more vigorously.  It has seriously impacted the quality of our shopping district especially, though I sadly see them in our neighborhoods as well.  I was in the shopping center where La Bou, Site for Sore Eyes, Weight Watchers, etc. is yesterday(E. Bidwell at Blue Ravine) and came upon a transient polishing the tires of a new orange Mongoose bike, with the tags still on it!!!  As I walked by to get to my car, he appeared very afraid and startled, then asked me if I had a dollar.  Right....like a guy whose just "bought" a $1,000+ bike would need just an extra buck!!  Funny this wasn't a problem so much as before light rail.  Never seem to see this in El Dorado Hills, where the real estate, demographics are similar, but the light rail doesn't reach!



#5 The Average Joe

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Posted 05 August 2018 - 12:43 PM

Assuming he "bought" the bike....


"Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive." -- C.S. Lewis

 

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#6 Steve Heard

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Posted 06 August 2018 - 07:36 PM

Shocker...transients guilty of crime. Was just down on K street in Sac at 7 am this morrning. What a vibrant pig sty.  Bums EVERYWHERE. Two right outside the Crest Theater ( I was working next door)  As I came downstairs to take another load of materials upstairs, dude had his junk out and was peeing on the door. now I had to wheel my handtruck through that. Tenant said last week one of them got inside and spread feces all over the walls.  Keep it up SAc, you'll be just like big bro SF in no time!  How very cosmopolitan!

 

Noticed the new transient delivery, er, "nightime light rail service" to Folsom.. Oh yay...

 

A homeless advocacy group sued (and won) the city of Sacramento's anti-panhandling law, saying that it violated the panhandlers' right to free speech, and that it made it a crime to ask for help. 

 

Now the bums can hang out in front of banks and other businesses, hassling and chasing away customers. 

 

The same group sued the city over their anti-camping ordinance. 

 

The 'campers' outside the courthouse were leaving so much human waste on the plaza, the tables and chairs that workers eat their lunch at, and on the doors and door handles, that city workers were spraying them with bleach. 

 

I feel for people who are down on their luck, but this is ridiculous. 

 

 

Transient presence and crime in Folsom is a seriously growing issue and should be addressed more vigorously.  It has seriously impacted the quality of our shopping district especially, though I sadly see them in our neighborhoods as well.  I was in the shopping center where La Bou, Site for Sore Eyes, Weight Watchers, etc. is yesterday(E. Bidwell at Blue Ravine) and came upon a transient polishing the tires of a new orange Mongoose bike, with the tags still on it!!!  As I walked by to get to my car, he appeared very afraid and startled, then asked me if I had a dollar.  Right....like a guy whose just "bought" a $1,000+ bike would need just an extra buck!!  Funny this wasn't a problem so much as before light rail.  Never seem to see this in El Dorado Hills, where the real estate, demographics are similar, but the light rail doesn't reach!

 

I agree that the problem is growing, and transients certainly can hop aboard light rail, I don't think that's the issue. 

 

Placerville has a major homeless problem too, and no light trail. 


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#7 The Average Joe

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Posted 06 August 2018 - 09:09 PM

When people tell me they aren't interested in politics, I use indicators of political policies like the homeless issue. This is not something going on "everywhere." CA has 1/4 of the nations homeless. Why? Sure, weather is a factor, but several states have moderate climate. POLICIES are what drive it. Soft hearted and soft headed decisions have lead to this.  It seems to me, there are 4 kinds of homeless.  Crazy people ranting at the sidewalk. Drug addicts. People on the edge who got hit with a disaster, and professional homeless.

 

The following is based on my anecdotal experiences with the homeless over the last 28 years in Sac.

The number of crazy has seemed pretty constant. There seems to be less people who hit financial ruin, especially with the current economy.  Many of those also tend to have cars that they live in, and often get back on their feet.

 

It seems to me that the huge growth in homeless is directly tied to addicts and professionals. the addicts are pretty obvious. They are the ones defecating on businesses. Their proportion has  seemed to have grown. However, the biggest group increase I have seen is with the "professional" homeless. This group knows all the tricks and resources that are available. They are aggressive, rude and ungrateful. They act entitled, have a massive chip on their shoulder and are a scourge. Particularly dangerous in packs. These are the ones with tents and bicycles, lawn chairs and cell phones (oh yeah, they get them  "free"... thanks Obama, er taxpayer).

 

The best way to fight the homeless problem is to focus on the two groups that have taken over. Zero tolerance for threatening behavior, drug use, being a public nuisance, etc. There are plenty of programs to help people out who want help.

Jack Armstrong of the local A&G radio show had quite the run in with a homeless man who threatened to rape and kill his wife and children while they were eating dinner on a patio in Davis. The first cop responded as if the homeless guy was the victim, and the subsequent stories of the council meetings where he testified show just how blind some people are to the problem. In their mind, the homeless are the victims, not the business owners and citizens. Despite running business and customers out of town, threatening people, ruining parks and public areas and being a general nuisance, a good portion of people seem to think we just need to give them MORE services, then everything will be utopia again.


"Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive." -- C.S. Lewis

 

If the only way to combat "global warming" was to lower taxes, we would never hear of the issue again. - Anonymous

 

                                                                  It is Natural when Intelligence sees Stupid, it rejects Stupid, and Opts for Truth..... Stupid then labels Truth as Hate.-  Anonymous

 


 


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Posted 07 August 2018 - 04:40 AM

Great. Encouraging (not penalizing) bad, anti-social behavior is going to solve the problem of bad, anti-social behavior? Man, the ignorant childishness of the Liberal brain never ceases to amaze. But keep dreaming of your utopia, Libs. Let us all know when you find it. We're on pins & needles! :lol:






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