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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by PBinWA, Mar 8, 2011.
Wow, Portland, OR. How surprising.
Intruder calls 911, afraid homeowner may have gun - CNN.com
The guy broke in to take a shower? Well at least the intruder was polite about it. (sarcasm) One good thing that I was happy to see is that they did not report if the homeowner was armed or not, besides the German Shepards. Almost think that 2 of those would be worse than a shooting.
Keep Portland Weird...:nuts:
probably figured that the police would go easier on him rather than the guy with 2 dogs annd guns.
Booked and released the same day, charges thrown out.
SWIS ID: 753041
Name: Chapek, Timothy James
Height: 5 ft 11 in
Weight: 160 lbs
Arresting Agency: Portland Police, Other
Arrest Date: 3/7/2011 7:17 PM
Booking Date: 3/7/2011 8:42 PM
Current Status: Released<--------------One and a half hours in jail
Assigned Facility: PERM
Projected Release Date: Unknown
Release Date: 3/7/2011
Court Case No. None DA Case No. None Citation No. None
Charge Bail Status
TRESPASS I (A Misdemeanor) $0 Disposed <---------Thrown out with no punishment
He made a clean getaway!
I'm sure this criminal will have plenty of time to get a real record going. Maybe next time the po-po will find enough evidence to convict him, apparently breaking & entering isn't enough to bother the police with at this time
Is there part of the story we are missing or are they telling criminals it is ok to break into peoples homes?
Oh wow, if my wife came home to this he would have been shot dead. myself on the other hand, i probably would have laughed, why would someone break into a house for a shower? depending on his reasoning, I'd probably drop the charges too pending a mental eval. who risks their life to take a shower? weird people.
Likely the shower line was his excuse for the fact that he was naked and committing some kind of weird sexual offense.
Sounds like someone the homeowner knew, guy taking a shower in the house, and the owner knew the trespasser and didn't want to press charges. Trespasser didn't want a violent confrontation, so he called 911. Or maybe the weird stranger taking a shower in a stranger's house. No shooting, not damage, no charges. Owner is cool with the outcome. Maybe it was a cousin for all we know. Or a former room mate.
So why is this newsworthy?
Do you have anything other than the mighty wind pouring from your backside to support such prurient speculation? Or are you just fanatasizing?
Wow! There has to be more to this story. There just has to be.
Hmmm, maybe they are telling the criminals that it is ok to break into homes of people who don't own firearms or dogs. The cops will protect the trespasser(because they are reactionary), the court will let them go with a stern warning(because it will cost too much to prosecute them and house them).
This guy was lucky to walk away with his life. I bet this guy won't break into that house again, just a different one.
and that is why oregon needs a castle doctrine.
another reason i was just told by Springfield police about a domestic i am involved in me being the victim
that if alleged assailant comes back and does try and brake out all the car windows with or with out friends like they stated
to do nothing just call the police and let them deal with it.
Ah and there you go again CEF, another purposeful Troll post, humorously doing exactly what you accuse me of doing. I suppose those with no self esteem would actually get offended buy this kind of attack/obsession.
And oddly, you couldn't resist responding....
So, in answer to my question: You don't have anything to support your speculation, and you were just blowing wind? Maybe a little "stranger in the shower looking for action" fantasy?
CEF, I really think that you look at me like a Slot Machine, if you keep pulling my lever someday it might payoff. :bluelaugh:
No, sorry, not interested in pulling your "lever" or the resulting "payoff". But I'm not shocked by the invitation. I've seen your avatar. Weren't you "The Gimp" in Pulp Fiction?