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Thursday, July 2, 2009

X Box Stolen In Burglary On Route 607 Wednesday

X Box Ripped Off
Burglars entered a Portage Township residence on Route 607 Wednesday between 11:00 am and 10:00 pm and made off with a Microsoft X Box 360 and video game controller.


The electronics belong to Patrick Dow of 237 SR 607, Austin, PA. Anyone who may have any information should contact the PA State Police at Coudersport 814-274-8690.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

weird, no one complains about the cops being called over an X Box, but everyone thinks stolen library books are a waste of cops time. where are our priorities?

Anonymous said...

The police dont get to choose which crimes they respond to. They are required to answer all calls.

Anonymous said...

Xbox 360 and controller= $400 plus

"Borrowed" Library book=$20

This also included breaking and entering.

Pull your head out....

Anonymous said...

$400 or $20 it doesnt matter. Is it ok for someone to steal $20 from you? If so give me your name and address. Better yet just mail me and everyone else who stops in at your house $20. Theft is theft. Prosecute them all.

Anonymous said...

It's not only the cost of the xbox versus the cost of library books, but someone entered someone else's house without permission. They are probably lucky that's all that was taken.

Anonymous said...

Breaking and entering-
Teheft-

A violation of ones privacy and theft, is a far cry from not returning a borrowed book.

It has nothing to do with the cost, but the intent and the actions of the person!

Grow up!

Next thing you know, the schools will be sending the State Police to the homes of school children to hunt down books from the Library.

You can even breath in this country, everything is a crime!

Anonymous said...

1:39 & 6:54!!! It's amazing to me that the issue with you is the fact that people were charged with Theft over a $20.00 book.

In the great words of you, Pull your head out!!!??

What about the people who need to "grow up," and RETURN the books!! Hmm?? Shouldn't the finger be pointed at the fact that there are people who, after repeated letters and phone calls telling them what they are going to be charged with, refuse to return a borrowed book??

How about losing the attitude about "everything being a crime in this country," and look at the fact that some people, no matter how many times you warn them, are so disrespectful, that they wait for tax payers money to be wasted on them.

IF you ask me, the person who stole the X box, gave it a good try. The folks that are asked for months to return something that doesn't belong to them and refuse, are the first ones I like to see get some punishmnet!!

Anonymous said...

Ha, I wonder if when they catch the person that stole the X box, will they send months of letters before they file charges???

Silly!! You are told for months that you will be facing charges and you do nothing???