Around here they r even using stolen tow trucks to lift the car to cut the cat conv. So much for the new law that is supposed to reduce this. When will these politicians understand that passing laws with no enforcement does nothing? Here are 2 from last night. The guy tried to remove the keys from tow truck to stop them but he said ignition was broken/no keys.I bought a Ring Security Camera to watch our driveway. The walkway to front porch splits off from the driveway.
Would it be legal to slash the front tires of the tow truck? Pull the valve stems with a pair of channel locks? Or gut them if you have the stem tool.Kind of makes me wonder what the legal ramifications of a couple shotgun blasts into the radiator of the tow truck would be.
Great idea. Slashing tires would gain zero legal attention imo and all tires (except inside ones on duallies) could be done in seconds with a spear tip blade. Gonna have to start carrying my automatic 4" spear tip knife... It wouldn't be as much disincentive or satisfying as blasting their rig but would be totally benign legally imo. Just got to be prepared for the perps response (which a person needs to do in any confrontation anyway). Plus If the cops impounded the tow truck and original owners got it back they would probably prefer replacing tires instead of engine parts.Would it be legal to slash the front tires of the tow truck? Pull the valve stems with a pair of channel locks? Or gut them if you have the stem tool.
I am assuming the house or condo the occupants were not home. The ring doorbell camera is OK but if they own the home you can replace the porch light with a security camera.These sorts of people need to get shot once or twice to impress upon them the fact that what they're doing is patently illegal...