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COPS PUT GPS TRACKER ON MAN’S CAR, CHARGE HIM WITH THEFT FOR REMOVING IT

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1 hour ago, VegetableStu said:

/s means serious
 

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Apparently someone believed that one.  Or their “informative” marker was also sarcastic.


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1 hour ago, Bombastinator said:

Would have gotten him in more trouble. Sale of stolen goods.  I suspect that was what he was planning or he wouldn’t have brought it into his house.  I’m wondering if there is information missing from the report.  If the tracker had sufficient resolution and was still on when he brought it inside, the last known location of the device would have been inside his house.  That would have helped with the probable cause for the home search warrant.

I was kidding, hence the smiley wink.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

Apparently someone believed that one.  Or their “informative” marker was also sarcastic.

But he said /s means serious and he put a /s, which means that he's extra serious.

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I was joking when I marked it as informative ;)

 


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1 hour ago, Drak3 said:

The only issue I can find with this is that the owner ripped out a GPS module that he wasn't notified was installed, so as far as the owner is concerned, the GPS was trespassing on his property. If he didn't know about the warrant, he'd think he's being illegally tracked and would be in his right to remove it.

This argument is as old as wiretapping which was a 1930’s thing.  That he was within his right to remove it is not the issue.  The problem is the idiot then brought it into his house.  Possibly while still functional.

 

A house that could not stand a limited search for the object.  There are limits on what police are allowed to count as evidence during a search.  They vary from area to area.  Apparently since the attempt to suppress the drug evidence failed the police did not overstep their bounds there.

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15 minutes ago, Intrafinesse said:

I was kidding, hence the smiley wink.

 

 

Ah.  I’m terrible at figuring out what the various emojis mean.  Thankyou for explaining though :)  the generic smiley I think I at least have down.


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3 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

That he was within his right to remove it is not the issue.

That is the entire issue. There was a warrant issued, that he did not know about.

 

4 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

The problem is the idiot then brought it into his house.  Possibly while still functional.

It was left on his property. If not for the warrant, it would be legally seen as a forfeited item that is trespassing on his property and he would be able to deal with it as he sees fit as it is unmarked.

 

Not knowing about the warrant, the only thing that makes what he did illegal, Derek did what he did thinking he was illegally being tracked.


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2 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

That is the entire issue. There was a warrant issued, that he did not know about.

 

It was left on his property. If not for the warrant, it would be legally seen as a forfeited item that is trespassing on his property and he would be able to deal with it as he sees fit as it is unmarked.

 

Not knowing about the warrant, the only thing that makes what he did illegal, Derek did what he did thinking he was illegally being tracked.

Re: the entire issue

this is a problem already solved, usually.  Such warrants have to be legally posted.  If THAT was not done the warrant may not have been legal.  Him not knowing about it means nothing if the warrant was announced.

 

re: left at his house

Cars and houses have different legal status.  It wasn’t left at his house it was left on his car.  He moved it to the house.


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Thats some south-Korea shit right thur. Fraudulent fucking coppers.


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38 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

Thats some south-Korea shit right thur. Fraudulent fucking coppers.

Or slanted article with pieces missing.  Hard to tell.


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2 hours ago, Drak3 said:

The only issue I can find with this is that the owner ripped out a GPS module that he wasn't notified was installed, so as far as the owner is concerned, the GPS was trespassing on his property. If he didn't know about the warrant, he'd think he's being illegally tracked and would be in his right to remove it.

I wonder if police have to tell you if they have a warrant against you or not?


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Just now, Thomas001 said:

I wonder if police have to tell you if they have a warrant against you or not?

They don't need to tell you that they have a warrant for your arrest, or if they have a search warrant and you're not on premises.

 

 

But they also don't need to make every warrant public at the time of issue either, any warrant containing sensitive information can be classified.

 

 

And him not knowing that the warrant permitted a GPS module, he's right to assume he's illegally being tracked.


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6 minutes ago, Thomas001 said:

I wonder if police have to tell you if they have a warrant against you or not?

My memory is that it can depend on the area and the type of warrant, and in what way they are required to impart that information.  In several places it used to be in some cases that they merely had to make the information available, which they will do in the least convenient way possible.  Posted notice at the station, police blotter in a newspaper.  This may be what the Supreme Court case is about: changing old pre Information Age minimum requirements to reflect digital communication. 


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This all just sounds like one of those ignorant bully cops trying to get his shit straight.
Got caught with tracking a 'suspect'. Now tries to turn shit around by claiming theft as well.
Clearly suspects privacy was ignored. Thats not a thing? All sounds very iffy.


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1 minute ago, HanZie82 said:

This all just sounds like one of those ignorant bully cops trying to get his shit straight.
Got caught with tracking a 'suspect'. Now tries to turn shit around by claiming theft as well.
Clearly suspects privacy was ignored. Thats not a thing? All sounds very iffy.

There was a warrant permitting the GPS tracker. The second paragraph says that.


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6 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

This all just sounds like one of those ignorant bully cops trying to get his shit straight.
Got caught with tracking a 'suspect'. Now tries to turn shit around by claiming theft as well.
Clearly suspects privacy was ignored. Thats not a thing? All sounds very iffy.

Define “all”.  To me it sounds pretty technical.  The whole state Supreme Court involvement though implies something may change in Indiana.


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I dont know, i bet its just different mentalities about how law enforcement should work.


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here is the thing

if its a court ordering a gps tracker with the accused knowing about and its apart of the terms of not being in prison, its then like removing an ankle bracelet, which that then is also vandalism of government property.

 

but if no court ordered the tracker, then it would be a criminal act on the government side

however the government and especially police are corrupt and no charges will be laid on no police or authority

what they also love to do, is screw people over, time and time again its been proven so

the general way the d.a. works is they can charge you with anything and everything without any proof, its to scare the defendant into copping a plea bargain so the d.a. can clear the file and look good to get re-elected. its just a game that is played, and no justice is not equal. laws are not equal because crack cocaine and powder cocaine are the exact same chemical makeup, yet blacks get longer stiffer sentences then white powder noses.

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, amdorintel said:

here is the thing

if its a court ordering a gps tracker with the accused knowing about and its apart of the terms of not being in prison, its then like removing an ankle bracelet, which that then is also vandalism of government property.

 

but if no court ordered the tracker, then it would be a criminal act on the government side

however the government and especially police are corrupt and no charges will be laid on no police or authority

what they also love to do, is screw people over, time and time again its been proven so

the general way the d.a. works is they can charge you with anything and everything without any proof, its to scare the defendant into copping a plea bargain so the d.a. can clear the file and look good to get re-elected. its just a game that is played, and no justice is not equal. laws are not equal because crack cocaine and powder cocaine are the exact same chemical makeup, yet blacks get longer stiffer sentences then white powder noses.

 

 

 

 

Goes to @HanZie82’s last comment I think.  Does one preassume corruption?  I know a guy who works for the DEA.  White collar division.  Morale there is terrible.  The last case I heard about there was a guy who formed a business to make and sell counterfeit Oxy.  No time release container, so basically just oral heroin.  He made over a million pills.

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Lehto posted a good video explaining the problems with this case and the dangerous precedent it sets assuming the courts don't side with the defendant on the GPS side of the charges.

 

 


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Wouldn't this be covered under entrapment laws? 


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1 hour ago, mr moose said:

Lehto posted a good video explaining the problems with this case and the dangerous precedent it sets assuming the courts don't side with the defendant on the GPS side of the charges.

 

 

This changes absolutely everything.

 

There was a whole heckuva lot missing.

 

3 warrants not two and two different locations.

 

the third warrant being based on a single piece of paraphanalia implies the guy might have been on probation in the first place.  Probation would also change everything.


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