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on Jun 21, 2007
The wonders of our modern Palo Alto crime squad, tracing stolen property after 31 years.
I guess there's hope for my son's Impalla
Did they arrest the man who sold her the car on e-bay? It's crime, where did he get if from? Have they traced the crime? Sooner or later everyone pays.... I had a 94 Sentra when I was in High School... It was stolen 3 months after I bought it... So I guess that in 18 years or so they will find my car... I don't want it anymore.... I just want the jerk to go to Jail... That would make me happy....
Come on guys - we all know the orignal "theft" was just some moronic high school prank from a 1976 graduating senior.
Now that school officials are cracking down with zero tolerance for this type of behavior, they have enlisted the police to retroactively identify past perpetrators. If caught, this particular prankster will be facing a misdemeanor charge since the car probably wasn't worth $400 back then (unlike the current value of a couple of rotted wooden deck boards).
By the way, wasn't me... I graduated '82
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