07-29-2014, 01:18 PM
Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: North Miami Beach
Re: Stolen MV Augusta F4 Black w/red frame
Originally Posted by don
Or if he sent an email through craigslist from his house, his IP was logged at Craigslist and they will provide it with a judges order. The IP will identify his internet service provider. With another's judges order the ISP has to hand out the customers name and address.
Police could easily follow that person around undercover and see where he hangs out (maybe find the chop shop) and search everything with a warrant.
But I bet that neither law enforcement nor your friend is willing to put that much effort into this case. That F4 was insured, right? Easy way out, as always. And next year all insurance premiums in Doral or even Miami-Dade county will go up a bit because one thing is for sure. The insurance companies are obviously not going to pay for this shit.
On-top of that I wouldn't be surprised if half of all insurance claims in South-East Florida are fraudulent.
Which would bring up another question: if law enforcement is not investigating these cases to the fullest extent (in my case the detective showed up 2 weeks later and did NOTHING, not even replying to my emails); why am I paying taxes to have them paid there paycheck again? Right, so they can hand out tickets for missing turn signals, or to cover up their own shortcomings like the memorial day shooting (still closed investigation after over 3 years) and look away when another biker bites the dust and file no charges against the cager who caused it.
Dan, I'm absolutely with you! I think "easy way out", while cheaper money-wise for one particular instance, quite more expensive in a long run. Not investigating theft properly because it would cost more than to just pay out, actually creates incentives for more "victim-less" crime. Instead, I think, each theft must be investigate until the thief is located and that thief should be financially responsible for covering all related costs. Theft/Insurance/investigation should be addressed from "what's right" instead of "what's cheaper" perspective. But....