Wednesday, June 18, 2008

She's back....they think

According to the police, a "bad boy" (20 years old) took Agent 99. Since he entered our garage he will be charged with a felony. Yesterday evening, I went to the police station to sign a deposition stating I did not give him or anyone else permission to enter the garage or use Agent 99. There was another boy (19) involved who gave the information on our theft. I guess he is not in as much trouble as the 20 year old. I didn’t want to ask to many questions. For some reason I thought the less I knew about the activities of these boys the better. Thankfully, we do not know either boy or their families. Agent 99 is at a pawn shop on an Indian Reservation. Although, they can’t say for certain until she is returned since another GPS was stolen recently from a nearby town. I just hope these boys don’t have to many bad boy friends. I may have to enter some sort of protection program! When I asked about the repercussions of signing the deposition the police told me to contact them if I experienced any problems. I was hoping they would have said, “Oh, you have nothing to worry about.”

5 comments:

Kristy Girl said...

I can't even believe any of this happened in the first place...but it is even more shocking that the police actually caught the boys who did this. I'm sure they are thinking, "If we only kept our mouths shut". Anyway, I'm pretty sure they won't serve any jail time. It will probably be probation with some community service, but it all depends on how many times they have gotten caught doing something similar. (Little free legal advice for ya!)

Welcome Home Agent 99!!

Mau said...

I still say Agent 99 had something to do with taking those bad boys down.

Bone said...

Stupid scum bags

lilpoppy said...

Amazing....

Leigh Leigh said...

People who do this kind of crap just annoy me. Don't be too worried about those boys coming back. When someone broke into my car and I called to file a police report, they asked if any one was upset with me and told me to be careful because someone could be following me. Yikes! Besides this wonderfully helpful advice, which scared me more than anything else, they were useless and seemed to care less that the incident had occured more than once.