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Offline steeleywhopper

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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2021, 04:03:03 PM »
There is no money in prosecuting tweakers, the counties dont even want them brought before justice.  If you have no money for them to take you are essentially legally immune.

We all know what needs doing, same as the wolves.    :twocents:

100% spot on! :tup:

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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #16 on: October 27, 2021, 06:03:01 PM »
Sounds like several folks need to get together and catch these dirt bags in the act with pictures and placed on the faces in the mud until LEO's can get there.
I tried this once LEO told me I could be charged for holding someone against their will. I believe it was kidnapping or something of the sort. It was 15-20 years ago. Maybe things have changed but I doubt it.
Dont we still have the right to make a citizens arrest? Iím not sure how that works but always thought that was an option?
WA RCW 9A.40.40 unlawful imprisonment is knowingly restraining another person and a class C felony.  Class A kidnapping is using a threat or deadly force in restraining a person--class A felony.  I would assume that would mean you had a weapon walking out of the deer woods even though you weren't using/pointing it at the thief.  Not sure how to make a "citizens arrest" but i wouldn't try doing it while "hunting"...IMHO aint worth it
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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #17 on: October 27, 2021, 06:37:31 PM »
I have truly come to appreciate my older hunting partner, that canít bust the brush anymore.
We hunt spots where he can stay with the rig, glass good country and stay in radio contact and with cell service while I scour the hills trying to put one in front of him or get it done myself and call him for whatever help I may need.
We had our trailer broke into ten years ago on taneum creek, and havenít left camp or a rig
unguarded since.
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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #18 on: October 27, 2021, 07:38:29 PM »
Best move is beat crap out of em after dropping weapons.  Having buddy to witness perp's first attack is best.
MAGA!  Again..

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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #19 on: October 27, 2021, 08:49:19 PM »
RJ, I am very sorry to hear this.  I agree with your comment, you are not the hating type.  But this must really stick in the craw.  I hope that you can move on soon.
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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #20 on: October 27, 2021, 09:15:49 PM »
Thereís a gated road close to where I live outside of Rainier where I park and walk in (WEYCO walk in pass) for deer. Headed in around 1600, out right after dark.  Rear DR side window smashed in on my 15 Silverado. Nothing good enough to take inside (well, an old pair of B&L binos and a 30+ year old set of Army Goretex). Idiots F,ed up my Toneau cover to get my tool box (wasnít locked so it wasnít necessary). Iím in a state of Píed off like you donít know. Itís a good thing I didnít catch themÖÖÖ

My friend got ripped off today. A guy had cut his finger badly enough that he stopped and helped the guy with his deer I guess and when he got back to his truck the catalytic converter was gone. Didnít even get to hunt at all either.

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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #21 on: November 05, 2021, 10:09:03 PM »
Returned to a dnr gate to find someone ripped off everything they could from my brothers truck dpf filter catalytic converter etc etc. They messed with my rig but didn't cut anything out. Rest of the season we parked over logs and brush to make it extremely difficult for them.

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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #22 on: November 05, 2021, 10:25:20 PM »
Returned to a dnr gate to find someone ripped off everything they could from my brothers truck dpf filter catalytic converter etc etc. They messed with my rig but didn't cut anything out. Rest of the season we parked over logs and brush to make it extremely difficult for them.

That's just crazy insane. The time for justice is coming.. :twocents:
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Re: Hit by Tweakers
« Reply #23 on: November 06, 2021, 05:54:59 AM »
That's what that unregistered yard sale Saturday night special is for. The perp pulled it out of his pocket and was threatening you.
The worms need to eat too.
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