Stealing a battery.

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Have not had any incidents near me in a while. Caught a thief, taking a battery. No one has come to me to ask for video so I'll just keep an I out for this grey honda civic. I have seen the driver walking past my house in the past. He actually grew up in this neighborhood. Police will do nothing for a stolen battery, so I will be watching for him.
 

StevenFromTexas

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Is that a TX plate on the rear?
If so, he's missing the front plate, right?:idk:
I've suggested that the Lubbock Police Department put some officers on foot patrol in residential areas and ticket every vehicle parked on the street without a front license plate. One officer could write thousands of dollars in tickets in one day. They don't appreciate my suggestion.
 

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I've suggested that the Lubbock Police Department put some officers on foot patrol in residential areas and ticket every vehicle parked on the street without a front license plate. One officer could write thousands of dollars in tickets in one day. They don't appreciate my suggestion.
I don't know how it is now in N. CA, was there from '74 to '04 but during that period, LEO, especially CHP, was on a missing front plate like Nancy Pelosi at the bar when "last call" was sounded.... :lmao:
 
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I've suggested that the Lubbock Police Department put some officers on foot patrol in residential areas and ticket every vehicle parked on the street without a front license plate. One officer could write thousands of dollars in tickets in one day. They don't appreciate my suggestion.
If they are anything like they were when I lived in Lubbock,THEY NEED THE EXERCISE! Especially the motorcycle cops! Wow. IDK if Graves Harely-Davidson is still there, but my God, the size of the cops that would come in there for free coffee and donuts used to even shock me when I was a young teenager. My ex brother-in-law is a retired Lubbock police officer. K-9 Some of his stories, well, I will leave it at that.
 

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If they are anything like they were when I lived in Lubbock,THEY NEED THE EXERCISE! Especially the motorcycle cops! Wow. IDK if Graves Harely-Davidson is still there, but my God, the size of the cops that would come in there for free coffee and donuts used to even shock me when I was a young teenager. My ex brother-in-law is a retired Lubbock police officer. K-9 Some of his stories, well, I will leave it at that.
The owners retired around twenty years ago; I think someone bought them out and changed the dealership name.

The current Lubbock police officers are doing better weight-wise. Those motorcycle officers are sneaky.
 
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