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Boston cop had his Glock stolen by strippers in RI

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Glockster30, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. HARRYM

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    Versus the Government tipping off CNN as to when they were raiding Roger Stone's home? If we have have learned nothing we have learned that our government NEVER deserves getting the benefit of the doubt.
     

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    Oh, GLOCK, .. I misread the the title.
     
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  3. SKumar

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    How about he's charged with improper storage at the minimum??
     
  4. W.E.C

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    Do they have improper storage in R.I ?

    MA can’t charge him with anything.
     
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    From what I gather the gun was supposedly in a lock box in the car but he gave the keys to his car to one of the gals which probably had the safe key too.
     
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    Another retard hopefully getting what he deserves...just wish it was without pay.

    Oh ya and....The officer, whose name was redacted from a police report, f*** that we wont name and picture....Like everyone else.
     
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    51612560_10158379850077942_9183568586352885760_n.jpg Some good online comments:
    "This is my weapon and this is my gun. This is for fighting and this is for.... hey.... give that back!!!!"
     
  8. zboys

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    Strip clubs have metal detectors and pat downs in RI, at least the 2 we visited last weekend.

    Or so I was told
     
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    Oh, they’re on it. Some Idiot Boston Cop Let 2 Instaslampigs Steal His Gun From Car After Giving Them The Keys While “Hanging Out” In Motel Room

    There’s one who I’d call “Left Eye” Lopez

    This is why I love their reporting...it’s exactly how most people want to read the news.
     
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    He was doing under covers checking of their green or Raimondo cards
     
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    According to the TurtleBoy article, he left the lockbox key in the cup holder of the vehicle. I call BS and doubt it was locked up, but it still shouldn't matter since the gun was not under his direct control. If it happened to one of us in MA, goodbye LTC for suitability.
     
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    I’m thinking after a long drawn out investigation, that it will be found that he got off :p
     
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    If it was properly locked up (which is claimed but not confirmed) why would it being not under his direct control be an issue? Anyway, what a maroon.
     
  15. Dennis in MA

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    They had this specialty act. Very specialty. Only appeals to a few guys. One of them stripped while the other threw groceries at her. It's a Neish Market.
     
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    You can't make this Sh*T up! LOL
     
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    This guy was a dope strippers, strip clubs, bars, hotel rooms = drugs and prostitution and some bad shit about to happen and it did.

    The Karma bus got him but not on his defence here but if you glock is going to get stolen its going to get stolen no matter what you do karma is going to get it.

    I have proof of that I had my Glock 22 with 3 preban mags stolen from me (well not really from me) it was stolen out of the Chelsea court house and it was locked up in a evidence locker in the Judges chamber (office) so how the [email protected] does that happen unless some piece of shit was tring to make a point.

    And they supposedly never found the Glock or the mags but I heard that they did find it in a drug bust in Charlestown so basically I'll never see that guy again.

    That's the reason why I used GLOCK 22 as my user name here on NES it was kinda a point and a in side joke because i defiantly could have picked a better user name...
     
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    Give him a break! He thought the Strippers were Prostitutes, not thieves.
     
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    Wrong. Cops are exempt.
     
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    I hope you people in Mass keep all these stories where the police are not prosecuted just in case you may need to use it as a precedent some day.
     
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    You're right. I forgot about the law that allows cops to leave their service weapons in areas where they are accessible by criminals.
     
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    "when he got to the car, the glovebox was open and the cable lock was laying on the seat"

    And I have some swampland to sell you....

    When “Natalia” didn’t return, the Boston officer said, he went to look for her, checked his car and saw that the glove box was open, the cable lock was on one of the seats and his gun was gone. (He’d left the keys to the cable lock in the cup holder, according to the police report
     
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    The term is "Department of Redundancy Department Department" :eek:
     
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    The $5000 is still listed on the arrest report and mentioned in the text below it.

    Something tells me the officer who filled out that report isn't quite ready for the Sgt's exam yet.
     
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    All of this ludicrously with fringe MA cops (MSP and BPD especially) makes me wonder what the AVERAGE cop's behavior is like. These are just the guys that get caught. What about those that 1. don't get caught, and 2. do stupid shit but not to the point where it makes the news. Is the cost/benefit analysis really in favor of the taxpayer??
     
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    But really "felony charge of assault with intent to commit felonies" how do you assault with intention to commit felonies if the felonious attack is felonious? lol
     
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    $5,000 Glock 22??? Was it up for sale in the XC????? [rofl][rofl]
     
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    it must have that special Stippling
     
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    Is that your glock or are you just happy to see me?? Oh, glock? Single stack subcompact?
     
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