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Re: Bad Ghetto Manners

Postby frank - up in grand blanc » Mon Apr 06, 2015 5:46 pm

The Fickle Finger wrote:What was he in for if I may ask?


jaywalking

Ha, no, OTIS says this:
Operating Intoxicated/Impaired/Controlled Substance - 3rd


Six years before he was sentenced to time for this:
Operating - OUIL/Per SE/OWI - 3rd Offense Notice]


FWW, this guy and his crew appeared to have been using my Cutlass to push and tow other stolen cars. When recovered my car had a collection of lug wrenches and assorted tools on the floor of the back seat. I kept those because nobody at the police yard wanted them back. My father came with me to collect the car and as we walked out to the yard the property officer was like "fuigb Senior (they knew each other), you're going to have trouble getting that car started and home." Like I said, the steering column had been torn open. The old man reached down and played under the dashboard with one hand while laughing and bullshitting with his bud. In a few moments the damn thing started and he drove it home while I followed in another car.

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Re: Bad Ghetto Manners

Postby The Fickle Finger » Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:18 am

frank - up in grand blanc wrote:
The Fickle Finger wrote:What was he in for if I may ask?


jaywalking

Ha, no, OTIS says this:
Operating Intoxicated/Impaired/Controlled Substance - 3rd


Six years before he was sentenced to time for this:
Operating - OUIL/Per SE/OWI - 3rd Offense Notice]


FWW, this guy and his crew appeared to have been using my Cutlass to push and tow other stolen cars. When recovered my car had a collection of lug wrenches and assorted tools on the floor of the back seat. I kept those because nobody at the police yard wanted them back. My father came with me to collect the car and as we walked out to the yard the property officer was like "fuigb Senior (they knew each other), you're going to have trouble getting that car started and home." Like I said, the steering column had been torn open. The old man reached down and played under the dashboard with one hand while laughing and bullshitting with his bud. In a few moments the damn thing started and he drove it home while I followed in another car.


Yep, the good old days, when you could do such a thing with a car. Not so much anymore, I'm afraid.
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Re: Bad Ghetto Manners

Postby RoryKasel » Tue Apr 07, 2015 10:13 am

The Fickle Finger wrote:
frank - up in grand blanc wrote:
The Fickle Finger wrote:What was he in for if I may ask?


jaywalking

Ha, no, OTIS says this:
Operating Intoxicated/Impaired/Controlled Substance - 3rd


Six years before he was sentenced to time for this:
Operating - OUIL/Per SE/OWI - 3rd Offense Notice]


FWW, this guy and his crew appeared to have been using my Cutlass to push and tow other stolen cars. When recovered my car had a collection of lug wrenches and assorted tools on the floor of the back seat. I kept those because nobody at the police yard wanted them back. My father came with me to collect the car and as we walked out to the yard the property officer was like "fuigb Senior (they knew each other), you're going to have trouble getting that car started and home." Like I said, the steering column had been torn open. The old man reached down and played under the dashboard with one hand while laughing and bullshitting with his bud. In a few moments the damn thing started and he drove it home while I followed in another car.


Yep, the good old days, when you could do such a thing with a car. Not so much anymore, I'm afraid.


You could break the ignition switch out of the steering column of a mid-90's Ford truck with a brick and then start it with a ball point pen but I don't know if technology has changed as I've learned to carry a spare key.
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Re: Bad Ghetto Manners

Postby Shark » Mon Dec 28, 2015 11:56 am

Girl, 7, shot to death in Detroit; sister, 8, injured

The shooting happened in the 16800 block of Steel, near McNichols and the Lodge freeway. The neighborhood is a high-crime area. Steel Street has has 11 shootings so far this year, including two homicides, according to police crime data.

“This started over some family drama,” Assistant Detroit Police Chief Steve Dolunt said. “The guy has five kids from five different mothers; there was a family gathering, the new girlfriend confronted the old one, and said, ‘I’ll be back.

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/l ... /77961742/



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