Monday, November 19, 2018

Thirty Stolen Guns?

From the comments:
  • OT: In the AMC messages 30+ guns of various, makes, models and calibers were reported missing from a Northside location on 15 Nov 18. But, has a date of theft of 14 September. Unbelievable. I believe the 30+ is being conservative, since the person that reported the theft is not the original owner, just the person discovering.
Any info? Any bets on where the guns turn up?



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Faker is keepin the community safe. Nothing to see here.

11/19/2018 01:00:00 AM  
Blogger SpankDaddy said...

Let me guess. Bad guys?

11/19/2018 05:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonder if dey will trying to off dem out of the back of a rental truck in the South Suburbs again ???

11/19/2018 07:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shipshewana? The Amish are getting ready to war with the englanders

11/19/2018 07:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unfuckenbelieveable !!!!!

11/19/2018 08:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

70 plus the count was off.

11/19/2018 10:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

West side

11/19/2018 11:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bet the guns turn up at crime scenes.

11/19/2018 12:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Somebody’s cousin already sold them.
Cook County already $5 bonded the a dozens worth of the associated UUW’s too.
The owner will see more grief over this than the caught red handed feral armed thief.
Bet the arms collector owner is the complainant and just intentionally slow to provide documentation.

No victim - No serial numbers...what else can you do?
BOLO - sack of guns, 30 or more of various guns.
But that’s usually something a concerned Det or an attentive Supv should have done immediately, not 2 months later.
So now what...If you encounter a sack containing guns, promptly notify A/N for further instructions?
Incompetent supervisors and sack of guns.

Could be Area North just getting around to property crime bulletins, catching up and right before the 13a-b rush.
Too busy with mass murderers, armed violence, ghetto get-evens, snowflake victimization, RedLine holiday antics and the likely moving out of Beaumont & Western.
Yes, the city will consider to rename Belmont Avenue to honor Timothée d'Éon de Beaumont.

Makes for a good liberal mayoral candidate talking point argument - confiscate all firearms including from active and retired police, in exchange for 4 years worth of healthcare subsidy.

11/19/2018 12:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Dinosaur FTO said...


One of the "elite" Area Gun Teams will stumble upon some of these firearms at some point.

And NOT ONE of the "veterans" on said team will know the Pax to the Gun Desk without having to look it up. This is only after handling one or more of the weapons that should have been recovered by an ET. And then, when challenged about their actions, argue with anyone that will listen as to why they did it.

Cut from the same cloth as the 'Real Police' who haven't dialed Felony Review enough times to know that phone number, either.

But they'll constantly remind you that they know what they're doing with 4 years on the job.

And then Special Ed will parade the media in front of tables full of firearms claiming they were all recovered in just the last few months.

This job is bullshit and smoke and mirrors from the top down.

11/19/2018 02:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like a theft from a home, I hope the homeowner was cited with
numerous ANOV s.

11/19/2018 02:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sept it Nov what took so long

11/19/2018 06:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have 2nd hand knowledge of this incident as I am the one the victim reached out to. I notified 018 of the theft. First off, the victim who works for a large local "Big Box" Retailer is 77 years old had worked at Montgomery Wards on Chicago Ave for 40 years and another 15 years presently at her current employer. Her Husband of 50 plus years passed away one year ago last month. Being prior military he had a great deal of knowledge about rifles and handguns and collected them over the years in the residence, not sure just how many were registered but there were some that were registered. The victim’s husband now deceased, wasn't sure what exactly to do with the 30 plus weapons and I'm told that number might be as high as 60. The victim in trying to get on with her life decided to have some remodeling done that was on their to do list. This is where things went wrong. The general contractor who was referred to by a friend of the victim brought in a crew of guys, which were mainly m/1's who at some point went down into the basement area of the home while the victim was upstairs and found a large wooden drum as I recall with various firearms many that were still in the box.. Others were found hidden in the drop ceiling that the deceased had hid from sight. The victim does not know which if any of the workers committed the theft and there were no signs of a burglary that may have occurred otherwise. The victim having the kitchen and other areas of the home remodelled soon found the house in disarray due to all the construction. The victim is a sweet heart and is a very trusting sole. The victim did not learn of the theft up until recently because the basement is just full of items due to construction as well as all of her deceased husband’s personal effects from over the years that she so far has been unable to let go of. The victim is besides herself knowing that these guns may at some point be used to possibly kill another.

11/20/2018 01:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Sounds like a theft from a home, I hope the homeowner was cited with
numerous ANOV s.

11/19/2018 02:34:00 PM

Way to go, Barney Fife.

Blame the victim.

11/22/2018 01:35:00 PM  

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