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taken by woman part 2 wrongfully disarmed?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by DowntimeLA, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. DowntimeLA

    DowntimeLA in da swamp

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    I recently posted a thread about trying to recover property from an ex live in girlfriend.

    I was threatened by her new lover about a week ago. He left long vile voicemails about breaking my bones and killing me.

    I then filed a small claim in city court to hopefully recover some funds in place of my missing furniture and belongings. She called after the marshalls served her and offered to open up the house and let me get my things. I asked if anyone else was there and she said no.

    I was ambushed at her house by the new boyfriend. My F150 was parked on the curb. I never exited the vehicle or unlocked my doors. I called the police prior to arrival to request an escort into the home to avoid false accusations.

    He hid in her car, then jumped out when i pulled up to her home. He proceeded to beat on my truck window and yelled for me to get out to fight him. I called the police again and they yelled that a 103 was in progress and told me to stay put. I had a G32 glock on my center console in plain sight and a M4 carbine under my back bench seat.

    The police showed up and I explained what happened. The couple accused me of waiving the glock in the yard. I was cuffed and placed into the squad car. Then my truck key was used to open my truck without my permission and search my vehicle. I was then uncuffed and released without any charges or tickets. They warned me not to return to the home after the ex and her bf loaded my things in the pick up.

    Both of my firearms were removed and taken. They gave me a receipt for the guns and said i could pick them up from evidence anytime.

    Today I called and they said I'd have to fill out a 4473 and get written permission from the district attorneys office to get the ar and pistol back.

    I called the new orleans FBI and they said I'm cleared and that my guns were wrongfully seized by the police officer. any thoughts?

    I have hired an attorney to defend me in this matter btw.
     
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  2. Tiro Fijo

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    1. There's far more to this story I am sure

    2. this is the worst place to ask for relationship advice

    3. lawyer up

    4. "refine" your mate selection process.
     
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  3. Ohio Cop

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    This.

    #1 particularly.


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  4. Andy W

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    I hope your lawyer rips them a new one.
     
  5. DaneA

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    What did you expect getting there before the police?
     
  6. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall Witless Protection Program

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    Concealed means concealed.

    Never display your gun until you need to use it.

    If she manages to get a domestic abuse or restraining order against you, your gun rights can be suspended.

    Walk away, quietly.
     
  7. TBO

    TBO Why so serious? CLM

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    It was a dark, stormy night...
     
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  8. JuneyBooney

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    I agree but I would have not gone near the place without the police. Never do it..even if you are a leo. I have had leo friends get into trouble from lie told by their ex during disputes.

    My grandpap used to make a fist a tell me, "This has caused more trouble than anything else in the world"....:rofl:He was not talking about the fist but the appearance of the fingers inside the thumb. :whistling:
     
  9. MrGlock21

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    Like so many youtube schmucks you should have had a video cam in plain sight and the Glock kept concealed.

    Now make sure you hire the right shyster lawyer.
     
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  10. Hummer

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    You should have hired TBO to be a fair witness.







    And, stop posting stupid**** to Glock Talk.






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  11. Mrs.Cicero

    Mrs.Cicero Wayward Member

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    :faint:You really believed her when she said "no one else was there"? And you thought it was a good idea to go get your stuff? Where is the facepalm smiley?:upeyes:
     
  12. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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    Knowing it was going to at best be an emotional fur-ball, why did you take not just one, but two firearms, ONE BEING A RIFLE, to the meeting with your ex?

    Why did you arrive BEFORE the Police arrived? I mean they just "love" to keep the peace at domestic disputes. (Seriously though, the Cops are showing up to keep the peace. Let them get there so they can do their "peace keeping" jobs and then go back to catching real criminals when you're through.)

    IMO, the Cops did their job perfectly. If it were me, I would suspect your entire story when I found an AR15 in the pick up. I may have, could have, possibly understood the pistol.

    BTW- Would I have found a full magazine for the ar15 in the truck/ar's receiver as well? :eyebrow:
     
  13. Mayhem like Me

    Mayhem like Me Semper Paratus

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    You may find this interesting naive is not a word...

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  14. KenInColorado

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    You still have the voice mails that document the new boyfriend's threats, right? Make sure your lawyer gets them.
     
  15. sharpshooter

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    Let's see here...
    Marshals
    Police
    FBI

    BS. Troll.
     
  16. SC Tiger

    SC Tiger Big, educated kitty cat!

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    This is why live-in girlfriends are a BAD idea.

    I gotta ask - was one of the items to be recovered a 42" Sony Bravia? :tongueout:
     
  17. Bruce M

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    :rofl::rofl:

    You may not realize it but there might have been several things that you could have done and probably should have done to avoid the situation. I especially like the thought that the FBI discussed your criminal record and whether or not firearms were seized legally with you over the telephone. Even if we have to suspend belief, it certainly adds a dramatic flair to the story.
     
  18. txgunguy

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    Glock should never have been visible. If it wasn't, you could have probably avoided the accusation of you pulling it out. Sounds like you wanted it visible to intimidate him back.

    Why was the AR under your seat? If crazy BF tried to do something, do you really think you would have time to pull it out and use it?
     
  19. RC-RAMIE

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    It's Louisiana not uncommon to have a AR in your truck or car and yes they would most likely be loaded.
     
  20. ray9898

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    The FBI offered a legal opinion from a simple one sided phone conversation? Amazing.

    The also accessed your criminal history to 'clear' you to own a gun over the phone? Even more amazing.
     
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