MLPD asks for public’s help on burglary

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On March 25, 2013, the Mammoth Lakes Police Department responded to a residential burglary on Majestic Pines Drive.  The below indicated items were stolen from the house:

·          White telescope attached to a tri-pod

·          K2 Mt. Baker skis 175-177 cm with Fritschi bindings

·          Black Diamond Mystic women’s skis 158 cm with Fritschi bindings

The police department is looking for your help in recovering the stolen items and the arrest of suspects.

Please contact the Mammoth Lakes Police Department at (760) 932-7549 (Mono County Sheriff’s Department dispatch center) or Detective Doug Hornbeck at (760) 934-2011 or (760) 914-0707.


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11 Responses to MLPD asks for public’s help on burglary

  1. Anonymous April 4, 2013 at 1:08 pm #

    It’s a Joke! the whole county is a Joke! And yes, the cops give green lights!

  2. Anonymous April 4, 2013 at 11:11 am #

    Here is what I think of a Law enforcement asking for help,
    A lot boils around the drug laws, In the last 4 decades the US of A has spent 1 trillion $ combating drugs, And today kids are more likely to use then when the “war on drugs” started. The US of A spends roughly 30k (per person) a year to house the casual drug user, but at the same time the US of A spends roughly 11k (per person) a year on our youths education (Priorities??). The deliverable we get from this is, not less user’s but more, not less crime but more, the cost of government is greater and not smaller, and respect for the Law has not increased but diminished.
    I mean come on, Portugal and Netherlands have decriminalized, and the Usage rate, Crime rate and disease rates have Dropped!
    I personally don’t believe in legalizing the hard drugs, but the consideration of it shouldn’t be out the window.
    Now to the slavery story;
    It was afternoon, I was already on the no patience tip when one of my family members comes by, I already being on a no patience mind set because of my own problems gave Him/Her the cold shoulder before I figured out He/She were going through a tough time and needed someone to talk to. He/She takes off abruptly since I was already not trying to hear anything but once I figured out I was in the wrong to show cold shoulder when one needs someone to talk to. I get in the car and drive down road to find the person obviously shaken up saying “how lost they are” “how life is so messed up”, so there we are in the road I am in my car and He/She is sitting in the road obviously shaken up (this road only gets 10-20 cars a day so we weren’t holding up traffic or anything). The first car to come on the road happens to be one of Inyo County Sheriff’s finest, so of course He/She gets into the car to get out of road and finish our “cry session” LOL. The Officer passes us and spins around about 50 yards behind me, so I spin around to where we are going towards each other (might I add I have not been on probation as a adult and my driving record is clean with no incidents of tickets, But I was on juvenile probation from 13 -18, the only reason I got off because I turned 18 so I have had a taste) And again I am on the road I live on, the whole time I was about 100 – 200 yards away from where I reside. so I turn around and the officer is kinda flagging us down for whatever reason, and he asks my name and my passengers name and we abide of course, and he asks what is going on so I told him, then the attention was aimed towards my passenger and they where asking about all kinds of stuff that was news to me. Then of course it goes to do you have any weapons and can I check??? By that time I was already feeling like I was going down for something not to mention I have a knife in my consul that is spring loaded and may be considered illegal, whether I bought it here in town or not. so the passenger gets out of the car since he was the main interest and I drove away, I sat there and listened to the whole half hour convo they had even after the CHP showed up and the convo was pretty “juicy” and “questionable”.
    30 mins later my passenger/family member comes back and thinks it hilarious, I myself have lots to loose and don’t think it is funny how somebody has the right to intervene like that when it seems they could care less if they helped anyone or not!
    So the confidence I have in law enforcement continues to grow smaller.

    • sean April 4, 2013 at 8:29 pm #

      Where are you getting all these statistics from Anonymous?

      I heard the Netherlands was seeing increases in crime and other social issues due to lax drug laws and moved to increase some restrictions.

      Here is an article about it:

      Anonymous- lay off the sauce buddy.

      • Anonymous April 5, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

        well if you read the article you posted, it doesn’t say anything about rates raising, the link you posted was about the country tightening up the ability for tourist to come and purchase the substances, which of course will only drive it to the underground sales, for some reason people can’t get that in their thick skulls!
        So then I take it you support the current propped up system that serves the rich and famous more then anything else? but I understand it is hard for one who is proud of what they do with their time, turn around and admit that some of the practices and protocol’s they carried out, hurt more people then helped.
        Forget your personal bias, (yes it’s hard I know) but facts and studys prove that legalization and tax the pro’s of hemp and stop wasting the resources combating something that will NEVER go away no matter how many times the Officers pat themselves on the back!
        We have all these services being cut in this time of questionable leadership, but for some reason people still think the current drug laws are worth keeping rather then a service that really serves peoples needs? so who’s needs do they really serve?
        sean – lay off the personal bias and false facts, and come correct next time!

        • sean April 5, 2013 at 2:28 pm #

          Well lets see some of your facts Anonymous. You are throwing out lots of bold statements without any backing? Are you a drug counselor? Social worker? What experience do you have besides getting arrested once?

          If you want more info on the issues/problems in the Netherlands you can find many articles on the issue beside the one I posted. You failed to notice or mention the articles comments on young people getting drugs too easily (as in the locals).

          And I am for the legalization of pot FYI so who is it here that really has the bias? I say tax the crap out of it and sell it at 7-11.

          How does the “current system” support the rich and famous?

          Lets see some of the facts and studies you talk about? Give us some links to them?

          • Anonymous April 8, 2013 at 10:11 am #

            I’ll give you some facts! I give you some links! If that is what it takes to become receptive to what another is saying. .
            But first, I hardly believe the whole justice system is really out to help those who need it, when they need it! The picking and choosing runs rampant in more areas then others and another opinion of mine is we live in a anti society, “divide and conquer” rather then “love thy neighbor”!
            And my experience was not getting arrested once, it was getting arrested over and over thanks to the system of violation’s that keeps one in system rather then offer any real help!
            Actually You know what? I am not gonna go out of my way to enlighten you on any facts of what I am saying, I don’t expect to make you a believer on anything, so why waste my time?? The facts are out there, and it’s not up to me if you want to grasp them or not!
            All one has to do is Google a question, check the source and credibility and make the conclusion of whether it contradicts prior belief? and the beat goes on. . . .
            Like I stated before we live in a anti society, if we really wanted to help our own people we wouldn’t shun the people that need help and look at them as criminals, if we look at addicts and drug users as a public health issue rather then a criminal issue we might have a better outcome, but too bad it seems its all about divide and conquer and pass judgement on other fellow human beings to help our own self feel better. . .

          • Anonymous April 8, 2013 at 10:29 am #


            Here is the only one I will give you, because if you don’t see it now you never will.

          • Anonymous April 9, 2013 at 12:17 pm #

            If you have the time? watch this 7 minute clip and it may give you a idea.

  3. Wayne Deja April 3, 2013 at 8:20 pm #

    ferdinand…My guess would be the unemployed pot-heads needing to buy a 40.

  4. ferdinand lopez April 3, 2013 at 7:25 pm #

    shake down the tweekers

    • Anonymous April 4, 2013 at 7:53 am #

      That’s it ferdinand! The tweekers and tweeker way is the main problem we have around this area! I can almost bet 50% of most crime is tied to meth use in one way or another. To me it almost seems they let it be, since the procedures and protocol isn’t leaving less of it on the streets! This system of owning another human by way of probation is just another form of slavery, especially in this valley. And law enforcement best lead is from the cowards who can’t own there actions so they are rewarded by way of turning someone else in.
      I have a story of how it is a form of slavery that just happened this week, I am still kinda dealing with how to deliver it in best manner. of course if it can pass moderation it?


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