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Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Linda ()
Date: December 24, 2007 09:27AM

12/24/07 6:50 a.m.

Last night I parked my car in my driveway (Sammie Kay Lane at Faircrest Community in Centreville) and as I was carrying my child in my arms, I forgot to lock my car. Inside the car, I left 3 already wrapped Christmas presents for children. This morning as my husband was living to work, realized that the 3 Christmas presents were on the street side. Whoever broke into my car was not interested in toys since these were dropped on the street. I also left on the front floor driver side a set of ungrapped new pijamas. The strange thing is neither the toys nor the pijamas were taken but instead they left on the front seat a green case full of CDs of Angelic Piano Music in what appears to be Korean language. If you know anything about this incident, please let me know ASAP. I will report this to the police. Thanks.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: still703 ()
Date: December 24, 2007 11:31AM

Soooo...was anything taken from your car?

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Bulgogi ()
Date: December 24, 2007 11:38AM

To catch a Korean, you've got to think like a Korean.
You babo.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: lol ()
Date: December 24, 2007 12:13PM

looks like somebody has a Korean secret santa.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: 496 ()
Date: December 24, 2007 12:20PM

Better they leave Angelic Piano Music then stinky Kimchee....

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: duh ()
Date: December 24, 2007 12:25PM

It's kind of a reverse robbery if they left you something!

And how did they break into your car if you "forgot to lock" it?

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Citizen1 ()
Date: December 24, 2007 02:07PM

Duh...
"Breaking"...
the criminal act of entering a residence or other enclosed property through the slightest amount of force (even pushing open a door), without authorization.

Are you suggesting failure to lock implies consent to enter...in this case a vehicle? If you continue with that logic....we could all walk into your house if you "forgot" to lock the door! Party at Duh's!!!!

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: tsa9999 ()
Date: December 24, 2007 02:46PM

an unlocked door doesnt imply consent, it implies stupidity.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Jester ()
Date: December 24, 2007 03:33PM

This happened to me last year same time and date. They didn't take anything but left a red CD case with Alaskan Eskimo and whale songs.

There was also a note that said "We broke into this car for what? Stop buying crappy presents!"

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Citizen1 ()
Date: December 24, 2007 04:22PM

tsa9999 Wrote:
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> an unlocked door doesnt imply consent, it implies
> stupidity.
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Victims are stupid....???? Forgetful...maybe....naive...maybe...

but STUPID???? Right...lets blame the victims.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: KeepOnTruckin ()
Date: December 24, 2007 04:27PM

They put locks on cars for a reason. Also, the Faircrest is an unsafe community. And, it was probably a bunch or punk kids looking for soem fun.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: December 24, 2007 05:42PM

lol Wrote:
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> looks like somebody has a Korean secret santa.


LOL! oh that's rich. that truly gave me a good laugh.


"the wisdom of the wise will perish, the intelligence of the intelligent will vanish."095042938540

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: duh ()
Date: December 24, 2007 06:46PM

Citizen1 Wrote:
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> Duh...
> "Breaking"...
> the criminal act of entering a residence or other
> enclosed property through the slightest amount of
> force (even pushing open a door), without
> authorization.
>
> Are you suggesting failure to lock implies consent
> to enter...in this case a vehicle? If you
> continue with that logic....we could all walk into
> your house if you "forgot" to lock the door! Party
> at Duh's!!!!


No, I thought that this (or the open house door scenario) would be unlawful entry. What's the difference between breaking and entering and unlawful entry then?

Anyway, the chick is lucky she didn't have to spend the day at an auto glass shop today.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Hu sing clung ()
Date: December 24, 2007 07:43PM

Is there a reward for information ? I work very hard at my job, people like you make it very bad job. Your car was not worth stealing, the presents from Walmart and Toys r us are hard to return for cash without the recepts.

Please help a working theif at Christmas by taping the recepits to the package. We must eat too ! Ans need more than day old egg roll from the dumpster behind Giant shopping center.

me so hungrey

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Linda ()
Date: December 29, 2007 02:31AM

FYI:
I think it is more stupid of those that obviously did not understood the only purpose of the message. If you could only read, think and realized that I didn't leave my car unlock in purpose to invite stupid people like you to break into it and to look at three Christmas presents that are worth more than 150.00 without being able to recognize that and by the way the presents were taken from a 2006 GX470 Lexus......I did have more important things to take care of such as my child than to being paranoic thinking that some idiot will brake into my car just to mess with my presents and to leave me another one........hope my note helps some smart people that can really read and get the message.
Despite of your opinion, I believe FAIRCREST is a safe community. However, you must have a very good reason to believe otherwise. Perhaps, you are one of those or one who hungs around with those. Please limit yourself to write back in regard of my original message or this one if you are not going to have something intelligent to say.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Not Funny ()
Date: December 29, 2007 03:25AM

Sorry... this isn't funny...

It's just stupid.

You can't create FUNNY unless you know what it is.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: KeepOnTruckin ()
Date: December 31, 2007 10:35AM

some Reasons for saying Faircrest is unsafe:

1. Built on site of forest which was used as a dump and camp for homeless people. How do I know this? I lived here before they built it and Ive been around it. So if you kids goes and plays in the woods or digs a holse somewhere, he'll probably get stabbed by a hypo needle or toxic waste.

2. Hell of a lot of people in a small community. The houses are packed in there and a lot of people in a small place is never good.

3. Many of the population is either Hispanic or Asian, i.e Does not speak english well. Even if they do, there is fake gang activity, as many of the hispanics moved to Faircrest when Sunset Knolls was ripped out. Also people from Centre Ridge moved there (black, hispanic) Check out some of the grafitti.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: ferfux ()
Date: December 31, 2007 12:48PM

Linda Wrote:
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> 12/24/07 6:50 a.m.
>
> Last night I parked my car in my driveway (Sammie
> Kay Lane at Faircrest Community in Centreville)
> and as I was carrying my child in my arms, I
> forgot to lock my car. Inside the car, I left 3
> already wrapped Christmas presents for children.
> This morning as my husband was living to work,
> realized that the 3 Christmas presents were on the
> street side. Whoever broke into my car was not
> interested in toys since these were dropped on the
> street. I also left on the front floor driver
> side a set of ungrapped new pijamas. The strange
> thing is neither the toys nor the pijamas were
> taken but instead they left on the front seat a
> green case full of CDs of Angelic Piano Music in
> what appears to be Korean language. If you know
> anything about this incident, please let me know
> ASAP. I will report this to the police. Thanks.



oh sorry that was me. I accidentally climbed into your car thinking it was mine. You know how all Asian Cars look alike. My bad. I thought someone had left me some Xmass presents while I was with my girlfriend that night, ya know Santa or some elves. Maybe a riendeer. Anyway, Lets arrange a time and place so can get my Angellic Korean music CD's back, ok? thanks!

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Lock the Doors ()
Date: December 31, 2017 02:49PM

Hide expensive item if you must leave them in the car.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: hERE IS THE cULPRIT ()
Date: December 31, 2017 05:14PM

Korean chick did it
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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: OPisAMoron ()
Date: January 01, 2018 04:00PM

OP is just plain stupid.

What are you implying by saying you have an old ass Lexus that you are somehow wealthy or not worthy of having someone break into your POS car?

Also, you probably shouldn't post such revealing information about yourself on this forum. Sammie Kay Lane in Centerville is a pretty small street. Pretty easy to pick out your house now that you posted what kind of (shitty) car you drive.

And now people know you are pretty much a fucking moron who leaves things unlocked. Hope you start locking your house and car from now on. There are some real deviants on this forum, I have noticed.

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Taken in ()
Date: January 01, 2018 05:31PM

OPisAMoron Wrote:
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> OP is just plain stupid.
>
> What are you implying by saying you have an old
> ass Lexus that you are somehow wealthy or not
> worthy of having someone break into your POS car?
>
>
> Also, you probably shouldn't post such revealing
> information about yourself on this forum. Sammie
> Kay Lane in Centerville is a pretty small street.
> Pretty easy to pick out your house now that you
> posted what kind of (shitty) car you drive.
>
> And now people know you are pretty much a fucking
> moron who leaves things unlocked. Hope you start
> locking your house and car from now on. There are
> some real deviants on this forum, I have noticed.


Hey you - Mister Big Brain

Do you realize you responded to a 10 year old thread?

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: hlfnk ()
Date: January 01, 2018 06:05PM

>
> Hey you - Mister Big Brain
>
> Do you realize you responded to a 10 year old
> thread?

i didn't see that either

whoever OP is has been doing it allot

unress there's something terribly interesting about an old post QUIT DOING IT

it's not considered good behavior on any blog or forum board (chat, or linux boards) (save perhaps automotive - people who actually "get the difference" and act appropriately)

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Re: Someone broke into my car
Posted by: Not on this forum ()
Date: January 01, 2018 09:52PM

OPisAMoron Wrote:
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> OP is just plain stupid.
>
> What are you implying by saying you have an old
> ass Lexus that you are somehow wealthy or not
> worthy of having someone break into your POS car?
>
>
> Also, you probably shouldn't post such revealing
> information about yourself on this forum. Sammie
> Kay Lane in Centerville is a pretty small street.
> Pretty easy to pick out your house now that you
> posted what kind of (shitty) car you drive.
>
> And now people know you are pretty much a fucking
> moron who leaves things unlocked. Hope you start
> locking your house and car from now on. There are
> some real deviants on this forum, I have noticed.

The posting of personal info is not very smart.

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