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11.29.2009

Wise County Crime Reports

. . . has a Big Brother feel to it this week. (But there are some good ones in there.)

12 comments:

Denney Crane said...

Someone please answer this.

How can a sheriff's deputy go onto private property and search an airplane without a warrant?

Anonymous said...

300 Block of W. Main - a malodorous air mass led to a Hazmat response team being requested to clean up an unknown substance. Local attorney, B. S. Green, was quoted as saying, "Love stinks".

Double Fake Brother Luv Noze

Anonymous said...

What I can't believe is someone actually making a CRIME report about telemarketers! Talk about wasting the time of the Dispatchers! Good Grief, get on the Do Not Call list--it really works--and you get a great feeling about "telling on" them to the Feds! :)

Anonymous said...

Suspicious in Wise County!

Get the Rope!

Red Nick

Anonymous said...

Well, that was just a big old bunch of yawn...............

Anonymous said...

Check out the FAA regs on aircraft. No such thing as a "private" airstrip.

A canine sniff does not constitute a search....if he alerts...that is PC to search.

The owner gave permission to search, no problem.

DHC obviously had a tip on an aircraft and forwarded that to the SO.

Entirely appropriate with Wise County being the METH capital of North Texas, and all.

bigfan said...

i wonder if any of you cop haters, noticed the amount of thefts. I strongly suggest you copy all the serial/model #'s on all of your valuable items. the police can't track it if you can't provide the information. These types of crimes will increase, as they always do this time of year.

Denney Crane said...
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Denney Crane said...

So if I land my plane in my pasture and house it in my barn, it is no longer private property because the FAA deems it so?

When did the FAA and DHS have the authority to bypass the U.S. Constitution?

Based on the success of the operation, DHS intelligence (oxyf#ckingmoron) is less than adequate, but that's nothing new. If I were a terrorist, I would be calling in on several "suspicious" planes so they would be too busy to bother mine.

I also feel so much safer knowing the DHS is chasing drug dealers instead of terrorists since our government has already admitted defeat against its war on drugs. Wonder why the conviction rate is so low? This is a perfect example...

I just hope and pray the K9 is trained to sniff bomb material as well as drugs...

One word ~ bafoonery

Anonymous said...

A Wise County man called and said there was a "suspicious" pickup truck that had pulled into the IHOP parking lot. Turns out it was just that the pickup had normal sized tires.

Anonymous said...

How do you find a driver to be intoxicated AND arrested? How about "the driver was found to be intoxicated and WAS arrested".

Denney Crane said...

Unless he's was judged and sentenced by the officer, I would think it should read, "the driver was arrested for suspicion of intoxication".