FDP why call the cops so they live rent free, 3 square meals a day, play basketball two hours a day our they get a lawyer and get off with it. Understand for insurance reasons but i'd find them drug then drop them in the woods and go hunting give them a ten minute head start. Make a game of it call up some of my buddies and bet on it.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 32 (M)
Wow thats almost unreal but i bet it's a true, autentique story since i know hoodi is a respected moster here on the forum. As all other said the good thing is that you hadn't been hurt, all other things that were stolen you can recover them and the safety of yourself and family is the first thing you should have been concerned. Now if we speak about those idiots you are always amazed how stupid people can be, i'm not a racist but how stupid is to rob with a gun someone that know who you are and most of all where do you live. I know police don't usually get involved too much on stolen things on which the authors are way harder to find but maybe they'll be more interested in a gun robbery, even more that you actually know who they are and where do they live. As someone above stated i wouldn't be surprised to find out that they keep the stolen goods at their home... Good luck and keep us posted.
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 40 (M)
Thanks for all the well wishes fellow Mobster's. Safety is my first priority, I've filed a police report for the stolen valuables, and taken further safety pre-cautions. I will still be moving as soon as possible, I knew the particular area I was living in wasn't great, but honestly I'm originally from St.Louis,Mo. which at the current time can boast the highest crime rate per capita. I more than likely won't retaliate, I will just be smarter, they didn't get anything of any real value, honestly cash can be replaced, along with the safe, and other misc. items. San Diego's crime rate is lower than it's been in 30 years. I was just caught unaware with my pants down, by someone who coveted what I had. He did not get what he was looking for I think. What I have takes alot of hardwork, and effort. These things will always escape them, until they get a comfy stay in a federal rsort care of the US tax payers. Again thanks for the well wishes, and it is a great "story" isn't it? I wish it weren't a true one, but you live and you learn. GL @ the table's Mobster's
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 52 (M)
Glad to hear you have cooled down and taking it as a learning experience. My advice to all young mobster's is: avoid a police record at all costs. I have come across a couple of examples recently with guys I know where they got caught doing someting silly when they were teens (spray painting public property, drunk driving) which has come back to haunt them now that they are older, have families and serious responsibilities. One guy was turned back at the US border as he was going to Texas on training, and the other guy I am having trouble getting certified so that he can do work at some of our customer's sites. Not fun...