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Old 05-24-2017, 04:44 AM
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Monday morning at about 4 AM, four juveniles in a stolen car managed to take out my mail box, drive through my front yard, total my boat trailer and demolish my fence before coming to rest in the middle of my back yard.

But they didn't stop there, they then backed up to get out of the yard, hitting the trailer again to finish off the tail lights, destroy a hedge bush and part of the ditch in my front yard.

They then went on to drive through another persons yard as they were exiting the neighborhood destroying his mailbox as well.

The good news is that the cops managed to catch them as they were already looking for them since they were breaking into cars in a nearby neighborhood.

The bad news is that they are juveniles who will be out again next weekend doing the same thing while their parents sit at home not giving a crap and I will never see a dime of restitution from these degenerates.

But I digress, here are some pics of the fun they had at my expense.
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Old 05-24-2017, 04:49 AM
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Tie them to the boat trailer and drag them home to their parent's house.
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Old 05-24-2017, 04:53 AM
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Well, look at it this way - new trailer, new fence. Unfortunately, you're in VA. If you were in FL you could have declared bodily danger and saved the judicial system from wasting time on prosecuting these slime bags.
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Damn that sucks, but thank the Lord the boat was not on the trailer. What happen to chasing girls and smoking pot, but still scared of you parents and the law? Damn kids and shitty parents.
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that blows,,,,man hug
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That sucks. What part of Va?
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Wouldn't your home owners policy cover this ? Sucks this happened to you . Glad the innocent wasn't hurt !
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Sorry to hear about that!

Gotta love the Hampton Roads area and the fine citizens it produces.
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Crap, those tire marks just missed the house. I guess it could have been worse. Hope it all works out for ya
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Wouldn't your home owners policy cover this ? Sucks this happened to you . Glad the innocent wasn't hurt !
Everyone I know has a deductible...

Mine is $1k..
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Would this be covered by the parents insurance of the kid who was driving?
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Damn that sucks. Did the news pick it up? i dont remember seeing that. What neighborhood are you in?
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If they're yootes can't you go after the parents for restitution?
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Would this be covered by the parents insurance of the kid who was driving?
Huh?
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Damn sorry to see that.
I look at that and it makes me sick to me stomach knowing dirtbags can get that close to home. Your're right. They will be back on the street in directly to doing it again.
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We had local "Hood Rats" crash through a local gun store

They are looking at Life in Prison ...

Thanks for the reminder I need to renew my boat insurance ...
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Huh?
My brother had a car crash on his front lawn last year. It took out about 20ft of fence and a few bushes. The car was stolen, by two local kids. He went after the parents of the kid who was driving the car. Their insurance either car or homeowners ended up footing the bill for everything
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File a claim with homeowners. Your ins. Co.will go after the company holding the liability policy on the car.
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where is their dad? anywhere around? something to think about.....wheres mom? anywhere around? .....more to think about
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At least the boat wasn't on the trailer.
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