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Just got in trouble w/ step dad and some very nosey cops...opinions welcomed

 
YOU~CITY/ ABRAHAM MICHAEL (OP)

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Most of the music these days is terrible, just terrible.
But then you know you look back at the supposed halcyon days and there was a lot of crap as well, so who knows really.


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Fucking psychopath fest in here, the Cops should not have been in someones garage.
Wtf if the door was broken?Have a think.
They didn't see anyone breaking in or hotwiring a car.
If the Cops did that to me for any reason I would want them charged with trespassing.
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Apparently you don't know shit about the law. If you leave you're doors, be it house or garage open, the police have every legal right to enter. If you tried to have them charged for trespassing you'd be laughed out of court. the door was open, the police only have to say they had a mild suspicion there was a crime happening to check it out.
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Apparently you don't know shit about the law. If you leave you're doors, be it house or garage open, the police have every legal right to enter. If you tried to have them charged for trespassing you'd be laughed out of court. the door was open, the police only have to say they had a mild suspicion there was a crime happening to check it out.
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like they might say, "hey somebody might have broken into that house! the door is open! at 2am!!!"
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Garage door wide open? at 2am?

Seems suspicious enough for me to expect the police to have a closer look. Meaning it sucks that you got sprung because of it, but great if someone had broken in and the cops saved the day. Can't really fault them on that.

Not much else to say, you know you were wrong for taking the car. The police part is unfortunate, but next time you'll be more careful to keep things looking 'normal and orderly' so as not to attract unwelcome house guests.
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Most of the music these days is terrible, just terrible.
But then you know you look back at the supposed halcyon days and there was a lot of crap as well, so who knows really.





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A cop rang our doorbell once, which was a little unnerving. That "Oh crap, this can't be good" feeling, ya know!

Hubby went outside to talk to him, and come to find out, he just wanted to tell Hubby that he'd left his truck lights on.

It was nice of him to stop and let us know, but still.

Funny thing is, we had some plant lights on in our spare bedroom, over some young pepper plants we were going to put in our garden. Nothing illegal, but we just KNEW he'd seen the lights from the road, and that he wanted to know what we were growing! LOL!
YOU~CITY/ ABRAHAM MICHAEL (OP)

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Garage door wide open? at 2am?

Seems suspicious enough for me to expect the police to have a closer look. Meaning it sucks that you got sprung because of it, but great if someone had broken in and the cops saved the day. Can't really fault them on that.

Not much else to say, you know you were wrong for taking the car. The police part is unfortunate, but next time you'll be more careful to keep things looking 'normal and orderly' so as not to attract unwelcome house guests.
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You are correct. Isn't life just strange no matter what you do sometimes?
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A little more info, I was gonna be gone one hour max, the keys were left in ignition by his son who happens to be in town. If I thought for one second that my mom was in danger I would have shut the garage door and risked them hearing it but come on. Seriously?
 Quoting: YOU~CITY/ ABRAHAM MICHAEL


sounds like you went to get high, and/or buy some drugs. What do you drive in the middle of the night to a friends house for? No wonder your step dad asked you if you were high.
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Obviously You have no respect.
What comes around goes around.


Your kind of dumb.
 Quoting: YOU~CITY/ ABRAHAM MICHAEL

You're responsible for leaving the the garage Door open...and whatever happens after that.
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Police do investigate open doors at night, especially in suburbia where there are a known rules to keep garage doors closed.

You're lucky you didn't get busted for stealing your moms car because that's what you did.

PS: if you think intensely about the cops, or anything for that matter, you're actually attracting them your way.
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11/29/2010 06:19 AM
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son, after a stunt like that, you would no longer be living in my home. you're damn lucky your mom and step dad haven't kicked you out of their home.
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You're lucky you didn't get busted for stealing your moms car because that's what you did.
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It's not stealing, he was going to bring it back. It's not like he took it to the Pay-N-Spray and repainted it and put different plates on it.
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You're lucky you didn't get busted for stealing your moms car because that's what you did.


It's not stealing, he was going to bring it back. It's not like he took it to the Pay-N-Spray and repainted it and put different plates on it.
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you must be young and dumb. Grand theft auto there
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k, tardo car thieving step son.

1.) you are stealing a vehicle, not that your parent and step parent would charge you, you stole a car idiot.

2.) you are driving a stolen car with out insurance. duh.

3.) cops investigate suspicious behavior all the time, it's their job. an open garage could be considered suspicious at 2 AM. sounds like all the cops were trying to do was make sure everything was ok. fuck I wish we had more cops like that in my neighborhood.

4.) go to school, and get a better job so that you can buy your own fucking car with insurance.

dumb ass.
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You're lucky you didn't get busted for stealing your moms car because that's what you did.


It's not stealing, he was going to bring it back. It's not like he took it to the Pay-N-Spray and repainted it and put different plates on it.
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LMAO did your mother drop you down the stairs?

"No officer, I didn't rob the bank, I'm gunna bring the money back!"

He took a car he DID NOT own without permission. Regardless of intent, It's legally stealing.

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you must be young and dumb. Grand theft auto there
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Not in Australia. If he was caught, he would be charged with "Unlawful use of a motor vehicle", not stealing it. Because, he didn't steal it, he only used it unlawfully. He always intended to bring it back.

Are you saying that in the USA he would be charged with stealing even though he did not intend to keep the car?
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you must be young and dumb. Grand theft auto there


Not in Australia. If he was caught, he would be charged with "Unlawful use of a motor vehicle", not stealing it. Because, he didn't steal it, he only used it unlawfully. He always intended to bring it back.

Are you saying that in the USA he would be charged with stealing even though he did not intend to keep the car?
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he would be charged with a felony.
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you should stop stealing your Mom's care you fucking maggot
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location ?
so I dont ever move there
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My stepdad, the lawyer , asked me if i was high on drugs , fir saying the cops were in the wrong.
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Your step-dad sounds like a douche, and a BAD LAWYER.
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Are you saying that in the USA he would be charged with stealing even though he did not intend to keep the car?


he would be charged with a felony.
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Which felony?

"The actus reus of theft is usually defined as an unauthorised taking, keeping or using of another's property which must be accompanied by a mens rea of dishonesty and/or the intent to permanently deprive the owner or the person with rightful possession of that property or its use."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I don't have insurance or a car so I borrow my mothers car at night when she's sleeping. She has told me not to do that and I know that I am wrong for doing it. Here is the part I would like to hear some opinions about .The garge door is loud so I keep it open so I don't make any extra noise. So I'm at a friends house and I get a text asking if I know why the cops were just at my house. I say no and ask what did they say. So my step dad who happens to be a lawyer & already knew I did nothing wrong finally tells me they were notifying him that his garage door was open, at 2 am ! Im like what the fuck! We have a two car garage so here is what the cops did. Pulled into our driveway, walked into the garage, walked up to the second car where door was closed and saw a set of keys in the ignition so he decided to ring door bell and let my parents know. They freaked. They said I put their safety in jepardy and I told them the cops should have never rang our door bell at 2 am and they definitely should not have come into our garage like that. My stepdad, the lawyer , asked me if i was high on drugs , fir saying the cops were in the wrong. If anything would have happened it would have been 100% my fault. So should the cops have done all that?
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Not the cops the fuck shit that takes the car out in the mid of the night and leaves the door open is the one that is the asshole here...
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You're lucky you didn't get busted for stealing your moms car because that's what you did.


It's not stealing, he was going to bring it back. It's not like he took it to the Pay-N-Spray and repainted it and put different plates on it.
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Borrow = you have express permission by the owner.

Steal = you do not have permission by the owner.
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Are you saying that in the USA he would be charged with stealing even though he did not intend to keep the car?


he would be charged with a felony.


Which felony?

"The actus reus of theft is usually defined as an unauthorised taking, keeping or using of another's property which must be accompanied by a mens rea of dishonesty and/or the intent to permanently deprive the owner or the person with rightful possession of that property or its use."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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In the United States it would be charged as grand theft auto.
He could be arrested for it, doesn't mean he'd be convicted.
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I don't have insurance or a car so I borrow my mothers car at night when she's sleeping. She has told me not to do that and I know that I am wrong for doing it. Here is the part I would like to hear some opinions about .The garge door is loud so I keep it open so I don't make any extra noise. So I'm at a friends house and I get a text asking if I know why the cops were just at my house. I say no and ask what did they say. So my step dad who happens to be a lawyer & already knew I did nothing wrong finally tells me they were notifying him that his garage door was open, at 2 am ! Im like what the fuck! We have a two car garage so here is what the cops did. Pulled into our driveway, walked into the garage, walked up to the second car where door was closed and saw a set of keys in the ignition so he decided to ring door bell and let my parents know. They freaked. They said I put their safety in jepardy and I told them the cops should have never rang our door bell at 2 am and they definitely should not have come into our garage like that. My stepdad, the lawyer , asked me if i was high on drugs , fir saying the cops were in the wrong. If anything would have happened it would have been 100% my fault. So should the cops have done all that?
 Quoting: YOU~CITY/ ABRAHAM MICHAEL

It depends, If they were told to keep an eye on the area or if there has been break ins it could be a good thing for the cops to be proactive. As for your responsability, If my son did that he would be in deep sh!t, QUIT being sneaky, get insurance if you want to drive and respect your parents. My son is 19, He was a state class wrestler, Black Belt, graduated top 10 in High school, he is in his 2nd year of college and works, His boss that owns many business' is groming him to run some of them, He rode a motorcycle in high school BECAUSE they is all he could afford. You sound spoiled, see the light before it's to late.
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So I don't have insurance or a car so I borrow my mothers car at night when she's sleeping. She has told me not to do that and I know that I am wrong for doing it. Here is the part I would like to hear some opinions about .The garge door is loud so I keep it open so I don't make any extra noise. So I'm at a friends house and I get a text asking if I know why the cops were just at my house. I say no and ask what did they say. So my step dad who happens to be a lawyer & already knew I did nothing wrong finally tells me they were notifying him that his garage door was open, at 2 am ! Im like what the fuck! We have a two car garage so here is what the cops did. Pulled into our driveway, walked into the garage, walked up to the second car where door was closed and saw a set of keys in the ignition so he decided to ring door bell and let my parents know. They freaked. They said I put their safety in jepardy and I told them the cops should have never rang our door bell at 2 am and they definitely should not have come into our garage like that. My stepdad, the lawyer , asked me if i was high on drugs , fir saying the cops were in the wrong. If anything would have happened it would have been 100% my fault. So should the cops have done all that?


You're a blistering moron, nothing further need be stated.
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Dummy you should not be driving at all. What if you hit someone and you have no insurance???
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I don't have insurance or a car so I borrow my mothers car at night when she's sleeping. She has told me not to do that and I know that I am wrong for doing it. Here is the part I would like to hear some opinions about .The garge door is loud so I keep it open so I don't make any extra noise. So I'm at a friends house and I get a text asking if I know why the cops were just at my house. I say no and ask what did they say. So my step dad who happens to be a lawyer & already knew I did nothing wrong finally tells me they were notifying him that his garage door was open, at 2 am ! Im like what the fuck! We have a two car garage so here is what the cops did. Pulled into our driveway, walked into the garage, walked up to the second car where door was closed and saw a set of keys in the ignition so he decided to ring door bell and let my parents know. They freaked. They said I put their safety in jepardy and I told them the cops should have never rang our door bell at 2 am and they definitely should not have come into our garage like that. My stepdad, the lawyer , asked me if i was high on drugs , fir saying the cops were in the wrong. If anything would have happened it would have been 100% my fault. So should the cops have done all that?

It depends, If they were told to keep an eye on the area or if there has been break ins it could be a good thing for the cops to be proactive. As for your responsability, If my son did that he would be in deep sh!t, QUIT being sneaky, get insurance if you want to drive and respect your parents. My son is 19, He was a state class wrestler, Black Belt, graduated top 10 in High school, he is in his 2nd year of college and works, His boss that owns many business' is groming him to run some of them, He rode a motorcycle in high school BECAUSE they is all he could afford. You sound spoiled, see the light before it's to late.
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Is this Kwan from King of this hill. " My son good, You sound spoiled!"
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and be careful "sneaking" in late at night.

I knew a dude whose dad blew him away while he was stoned trying to sneak through a window.
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RECOGNITION FAIL
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So I don't have insurance or a car so I borrow my mothers car at night when she's sleeping. She has told me not to do that and I know that I am wrong for doing it. Here is the part I would like to hear some opinions about .The garge door is loud so I keep it open so I don't make any extra noise. So I'm at a friends house and I get a text asking if I know why the cops were just at my house. I say no and ask what did they say. So my step dad who happens to be a lawyer & already knew I did nothing wrong finally tells me they were notifying him that his garage door was open, at 2 am ! Im like what the fuck! We have a two car garage so here is what the cops did. Pulled into our driveway, walked into the garage, walked up to the second car where door was closed and saw a set of keys in the ignition so he decided to ring door bell and let my parents know. They freaked. They said I put their safety in jepardy and I told them the cops should have never rang our door bell at 2 am and they definitely should not have come into our garage like that. My stepdad, the lawyer , asked me if i was high on drugs , fir saying the cops were in the wrong. If anything would have happened it would have been 100% my fault. So should the cops have done all that?


You're a blistering moron, nothing further need be stated.
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That was certainly my first reaction.
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join the army ye fookin cunt and by your own car opie

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