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Gordie

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a bunch of fishouses got vanalized and stole a bunch of stuff from them. well I just got off the phone with a friend of mine and he told me that they caught the guy. my buddy said he wasnt sure of the guys name but he lives near the lake and was partying with someone and said something about it and they called the police and they checked it out and found the stolen stuff in the guys garage and some of the stuff has been returned to their rightfull owners. the guy broke the window in my fishouse and a few other ones. he didnt steal anything of mine but its just $ucks that he had to break the window that I just fixed from last years break in who knows maybe he did that too. at least he was caught and I hope justice prevails!

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MCI

Just got back from checking my house, all ok. I wonder if a guy is better off taking all of his stuff out of the house every night and leave them unlocked, this way nothing gets stolen and better yet no door or window to fix. It sucks that a guy has to think that way, but honest people are getting fewer and fewer each year. I used to live in the Brainerd area and the same thing happened to me, they also caught the guys that did it. the kicker is they lived in Brooklyn Park. What do ya do? thanks for the heads up.

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jigginjim

I just wish we could leave our houses on a lake without it be trashed.

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Gordie

The sheriffs dept said that if anyone has anything damaged or missing from the break in that they should report it by calling 763-241- 2500 . I called and reported it and they said that when he is proecuted that he will have to pay restatution for all the partys involed. I also heard another story on how he was caught and I'm tring to find out the truth and will post it then.

12 gauge justice sounds good but I'll leave the law to the law.

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