Violated- again

When the phone goes off in the middle of the night- it’s never a good sign, especially when it says “ALARM”- as in alarm company- not time to wake up.

Those of you who’ve been reading a while, remember the first “violated” post- June 10, 2009. That time, someone kicked in the back door of my house, in broad daylight, and stole a PS3 and a lot of DVDs (a lot to me) and an old computer. I’d just stopped thinking about it of late, even though the back door still bears some scars.

I’m sitting in my office right now- front door wide open at 3 a.m., waiting for Dayton’s finest. It’s across the street from my house, so I’ve never worried too much. Apparently, the punks like to smash and grab- while the alarm is still going. I’m now missing a 20″ white iMac complete, a few keyboards, a 20″ Apple aluminum display (they left the power adapter- so it’s WORTHLESS- ha-ha), a 21″ Dell monitor- an Apple new-style low-profile aluminum keyboard, an Apple mouse, and an Apple-design keyboard with a few keys missing floating around- it looks like someone tripped and fell with one- or dropped it- as keys are all over the deck.

The front door- which was original to the building won’t be going back together again. It’s toast.

They started to take an old style Zero Haliburton case- that was full of extension cords- it’s by the door- I’m hoping that yields the prints the cops need. If they ever get here. Alarm went off at 2:46 a.m.- it’s 3:12 now. The cold air is rushing through the front door- and I’m in shorts and a t-shirt- but, I’m not ready to go home and pull on clothes until the cops arrive.

Graffiti at 100 Bonner, S.U.R.13

Graffiti at 100 Bonner, S.U.R.13

I’d tweeted about it- but hadn’t posted- on Saturday morning, we woke up to see graffiti all over the street. Painted across my office windows was: S. 13  U. 13  R. 13 – with the 13’s small in sub-script text- one large letter per window- the last window had 3 small dots. I was relieved that it was on the glass-  cops here- more later. 3:17

3:31 officer is looking down the street- to see if they stashed anything- waiting to come back to pick it up.

Graffiti at the corner of Bonner and Johnson

Graffiti at the corner of Bonner and Johnson

The graffiti on my windows were actually the cleanest- other tags said things like “F N-word, Go back to the West Side” and “F whites and blacks- Brown power.” Don’t know if it had anything to do with the break ins- but, it was the most recent criminal activity. I’m waiting for an evidence crew to come and get prints. Should be some good ones, if they weren’t wearing gloves.

The mess after burglars left

The mess after burglars left

I’m sort of convinced the messiness of the office was a good thing. Piles of papers were pushed to the floor- the disarray made them miss grabbing some pretty valuable gear. I’m going to start moving it to other, more secure locations. I guess it’s also time to start running video surveillance – I hated the idea, but, it’s pretty easy to do with the computers that have built in web cams (they only grabbed one of them) It’s funny- we were talking about it this morning- thanks to the graffiti- but, didn’t set it up.

Be this the work of drug addicts, or professional thieves, this is the first time in 24 years, that I’ve considered moving, if only for a second. It’s sad, because for the last week, I’ve had the girlfriend and her kids living at the house on a trial basis to see if we should do the full family thing.  Note- another cop car just whizzed by- and the other officer hasn’t come back.  Don’t know if that is a good thing or not. 3:40 a.m.

The cruiser out front, btw, has some kind of license plate sensor cams-

Dayton Police officer C. A. Knedler

Officer Chad Knedler, one of the heroes and first to respond

3:42 he (officer CA Knedler) came back with a crappy Gateway keyboard missing some keys- not mine- but good start. The other cruiser was on the way to the T-mobile store on Brown- where they broke in and stole the cash drawer and POS system- so I’m not the only business owner sitting, waiting for an e-crew.

The funny thing about stuff like this- is you wake right up the moment you see your door kicked in. Body clocks be damned- the adrenalin kicks in, your energy level is up. I just turned off the reception lights- as long as I’m waiting- with the door wide open, may as well make it look inviting if they have the balls to come back in- now that the cop is gone.

4:23 a.m.- the Dayton PD going after the TMobile break in- caught one of the guys in a Taurus wagon- there were three.

They’ve positively ID’d the Dell Monitor- and see the rest of the gear. The evidence tech (E-tech C A Stiver)  pulled back in as I was screwing a piece of plywood onto the door.

4:30 a.m.- Officer Kneadler stopped back – he was leaving the Tmobile break in- headed by Wendy’s- when he heard an alarm- he headed down to the Cricket store at the corner of Wayne and Clover. Saw the Taurus Wagon with 4 black males in it take off- he went in pursuit- up Riverside- by the time he got to Helena Street- Officer Hastings was also nearby- I’ve been asked to leave out what happened next. I’m not happy about it- or leaving it out, but someone needs to do an investigation on our procedures.

They both turned off on parallel streets- and next thing, the perps had bailed out of the car.

They caught two- and recovered a big screen TV, about 200 cell phones and the equipment stolen from my office.

The good guys won.

The front door kicked in

The front door kicked in

A few things that come to mind- I always knew my front door was the most vulnerable part of my office security. It’s wood, with a big glass pane from the lock up to the top stile. For “safety” reasons according to the City of Dayton building inspector- I had to take off the double keyed deadbolt and put in a thumb latch- “so no one could be trapped inside during a fire.” I had protested that there are huge windows all around- throw a chair through and go out- no deal. I pointed out that any idiot could break the window- reach in and open the door- no deal.

These punks, kicked through the bottom panels- and reached up to flip the locks. The metal strip I had installed on the jam did its part in reinforcing the door- but the old wood wasn’t strong enough. Had the double keyed deadbolt still been in place, they would have had to use another means to get in- and out.

I can guarantee the new door will be steel- and with a double keyed deadbolt. You hear that Mr. Chief building inspector? (he was the head of inspection then- and is still working for the city I believe- he’s married to a former Mayor’s daughter) I should charge you with the frakkin deductible.

The worst part- is, I’ve lost a day’s productivity. Between the lack of sleep- and cleaning up the mess, this will cost me.

The ambitious serial thieves, will get their day in court. They’ll get sent to crook school at an Ohio Penitentiary and walk out in 18 months or three years. They’ll then have a record (if they didn’t already) and won’t be able to find gainful, meaningful employment for the rest of their lives. We’ll end up paying for this, over and over as they either return to prison, or end up on welfare, or drugs. They’ll have kids- who will be without their father- and will more than likely follow in their footsteps. The cycle doesn’t break very often.

With the biggest prison population of an industrialized country- we’re paying for this. For all the talk of the “socialist” health-care system- we take better care of criminals who are locked up than we do tax-paying working poor. They will have health care, be fed, have a roof over their heads. The same can’t be said for our homeless- and with the foreclosure crisis, the layoffs by industry- high unemployment, there are a lot more people that fall into these categories. The costs of crime cost us all.

I won’t be moving, but I hope I’ve moved you a bit- to think, to consider and hopefully to realize- the historic health care act is one small step toward ending the cycle of crime. Healthy people are less likely to do these kinds of crime, when there is hope- there is a basic security to life- there is that option to live healthy, be productive and be a part of a functioning society.

I need to finish screwing the board into the door- and waiting for the equipment to return. I hope you never have to experience this kind of night. Luckily, no one was hurt (although it wouldn’t bother me a bit if the perps had a few rough falls- even in handcuffs). I still believe that prisons should include back breaking labor- and a payback to society- but, that’s for another post-

g’night- or should I say g’morning.

5:41 Channel 7 has been to get an interview and shots. I shot them shooting me. I’m cleaning up fingerprint dust- nasty. Luckily, I have Las-Stik manufacturing as a client- and have some of their GitUm cloths– the most amazing duster known to man (or at least this man). They pick up the fingerprint dust really well. Also, thanks to my great friend Rahn Keucher (of Rahn’s Artisan Breads in the 2nd Street market) who called and offered bread and assistance and a shoulder.

10:15 am the video is up- may not be done “processing”

Officer Chad Kneadler was back by at 8:45 to tell me I’d have to wait for the detectives to inventory the stolen items.

3:57 PM- with help from Shortwest Rick.

Three men in custody. Mugshots and records on links:

James Jones II Thief

James Jones II Thief

James Jones II, http://www.mont.miamivalleyjails.org/DEFENDANTJAIL.ASPX?CJIS_OR_PARTY_ID=C2130558
MONT-JAIL 1006606 3/23/2010 1 MONT-DMC () BREAKING AND ENTERIN F5 WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 *Not Entered*
MONT-JAIL 0923568 9/22/2009 1 MONT-MMC 2009CRB01900 CARRYING CONCEALED W M1 GRANTED PRETRIAL RELEASE MESSHAM *Not Entered* 0 RELEASED BY PRE-TRIAL
MONT-JAIL 0832819 11/9/2008 1 MONT-DMC 2008TRD22120 DRIV UNDER SUSP NOT M1 CHARGE CLEARED *NOT ENTERED* TEN PERCENT AND COURT COST 2500 RELEASED BY COURT
MONT-JAIL 0832819 11/9/2008 2 MONT-DMC 2008TRD22120 DEFECTIVE MUFFLER MM CHARGE CLEARED *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 RELEASED BY COURT
MONT-JAIL 0828436 9/26/2008 1 MONT-DMC 2008TRD07427 DRIV UNDER SUSP NOT M1 CHARGE CLEARED *NOT ENTERED* TEN PERCENT AND COURT COST 2500 RELEASED BY COURT
MONT-JAIL 0828436 9/26/2008 2 MONT-DMC 2008TRD07427 UNAUTH USE OF PLATES M4 CHARGE CLEARED *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 RELEASED BY COURT
MONT-JAIL 0828436 9/26/2008 3 MONT-DMC 2008TRD07427 DISPLAY LICENSE PLAT MM CHARGE CLEARED *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 RELEASED BY COURT
MONT-JAIL 0803763 2/4/2008 1 MONT-MOR 2006TRD00508 DUS TR WAITING COURT ACTION ROSENCRANS CASH OR BOND 1462 HOLD DROPPED
MONT-JAIL 0617823 6/26/2006 1 MONT-VMC 2006CRB01562 UNAUTHORIZED USE OF M1 WAITING COURT ACTION HECK TEN PERCENT 2500 RELEASED BY COURT
MONT-JAIL 0617823 6/26/2006 2 MONT-VMC 2006TRD06859 DRIV UNDER FRA,NON-C M1 WAITING COURT ACTION HECK *Not Entered* 0 RELEASED BY COURT

Quwan Lipsey, Thief

Quwan Lipsey, Thief

Quwan S Lipsey http://www.mont.miamivalleyjails.org/DEFENDANTJAIL.ASPX?CJIS_OR_PARTY_ID=C10583060
JAIL BOOKING # BOOKING DATE # COURT CASE DESCRIPTION DEGREE STATUS JUDGE BAIL TYPE BAIL AMOUNT DISP
MONT-JAIL 1006595 3/23/2010 1 MONT-DMC 2010TRD02991 MUFFLER GAS ENGINE R MM WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* TEN PERCENT 2500 *Not Entered*
MONT-JAIL 1006595 3/23/2010 2 MONT-DMC 2010TRD02991 NO OL EXPIRED LESS T MM WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 *Not Entered*
MONT-JAIL 1006595 3/23/2010 3 MONT-DMC () OBSTRUCTING OFFICIAL M2 WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* TEN PERCENT 750 *Not Entered*
MONT-JAIL 1006595 3/23/2010 4 MONT-DMC () BREAKING AND ENTERIN F5 WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 *Not Entered*
MONT-JAIL 0922765 9/12/2009 1 MONT-DMC () RECEIVING STOLEN PRO F4 CHARGE CLEARED *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 RELEASED BY DETECTIVE

Davion Lyons: Thief

Davion Lyons: Thief

Davion L Lyons http://www.mont.miamivalleyjails.org/JAILBOOKING.ASPX?CJIS_OR_PARTY_ID=C13186876&JAILBOOKING_ID=11445456
1 MONT-DMC () BREAKING AND ENTERIN F5 WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* *Not Entered* 0 *Not Entered* 03/24/10 01:30 PM
2 MONT-DMC () OBSTRUCTING OFFICIAL M2 WAITING COURT ACTION *NOT ENTERED* TEN PERCENT AND COURT COST 750 *Not Entered* 03/24/10 01:30 PM

Lyons and Lipsey have juvenile arrest records. The detective will be returning my equipment tomorrow.

UPDATE

25 June 2014- Lynda Dodd at the Montgomery Prosecutors office was kind enough to update me on the three felons- none of whom ever paid any restitution.

• James Jones went to prison for one year.
• Davion Lyons had been on probation (administered by the Court, not the Prosecutor’s Office) , but failed at that and ended up sentenced to prison for 9 months
• Quwan Lipsey also started on probation, but failed at that was sentenced to prison for one year.

This was case 2010CR895 and it was in front of Judge Singer.

Once in prison, the Court loses jurisdiction to enforce any restitution order.

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33 Responses

  1. Rob Degenhart March 23, 2010 / 6:45 am
    Bummer dude…I agree with the hard labor and payback to society as part of prison time.
    Glad you got everything back, we experienced a smash and grab in January, extremely disruptive.

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  2. William Herrick March 23, 2010 / 7:42 am
    David,
    Sorry you got your office trashed. But you got most of your stuff back and a new door out of the deal.
    Please correct spelling of Cloths in the Las-Stik link in your last paragraph.
    As they used to say in the Macintosh screen savers at the DDN “Accuracy is NOT an option”
    Bill Herrick former DDN cyber-serf
     

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  3. richard burks March 23, 2010 / 8:27 am
    ..sorry for the stress but glad you caught a break this time David!

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  4. Kevin J Moran March 23, 2010 / 8:59 am
    Shout out to the midnight DPD crew for their fast work. Let’s hope the 2 captured rat out their fugitive friends.

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  5. Will Brooks March 23, 2010 / 9:42 am
    David, I’m real sorry all this happened to you. This really sucks. When you set your steel doors order a as many of these as you need..
     
    http://www.asafehome.net/index.html
     
    I have them on the three entry doors into my home and also on my garage. I have tried kicking my garage door open and all 230 pounds of me bounces off the door. They work.

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  6. Melissa March 23, 2010 / 9:44 am
    So glad this story has an almost-totally happy ending. So sorry there are punks and thieves who will get a light tap on the wrist. So happy the DPD came thru, and fast. So sad this is Teresa and the girls’ introduction to FT life in South Park. =(

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  7. Leslie Marsh March 23, 2010 / 9:59 am
    Glad you are ok,  your items returned, and perps caught. Prayers for serenity and peace to return to your heart and home, and good luck with the family thing… :)

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  8. David Esrati March 23, 2010 / 10:12 am

    The DDN isn’t allowing comments- but here is their story: http://esrati.com/violated-again/4606/

    I’ll have a video posted soon- and pix to go with it…

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  9. Scott March 23, 2010 / 10:13 am
    David,
    This really sucks – sorry to hear that it happened.  I hope you are able to get your stuff back in place and get back to work quickly!

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  10. Hall (no last name) March 23, 2010 / 12:43 pm
    Regarding the graffiti, isn’t “SUR 13” a Mexican or Latino thing ?

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  11. Polly March 23, 2010 / 12:57 pm
    WTG to the DPD….I’m glad they caught the guys….now that is why we pay taxes….and we need more police too!!!!

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  12. Robert Vigh March 23, 2010 / 12:58 pm
    Were the thieves stealing your items to sell for healthcare?

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  13. Allison March 23, 2010 / 2:26 pm
    @ Robert Vigh – I was wondering the same thing ;)

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  14. Elaine Middlestetter March 23, 2010 / 3:06 pm
    Glad you weren’t hurt, but how aggravating and frustrating – we had a break-in at our Kettering office as well as a couple other incidents, and I know first hand the flood of emotions you experience. Glad you were able to get your equipment back. (We weren’t so lucky!)  I agree with the prison comments, too.

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  15. Jesse March 23, 2010 / 3:07 pm
    David,
     
    I am sorry to hear about the break-in.  It is truly a sad thing when productive people are stolen from.  Violence and coercion makes us all worse.
    I do have a couple of questions to you and Polly:
    We pay the police to return our stuff after it is stolen?  So they don’t protect as much as retrieve. “Serve and Retrieve.”  Yeah…maybe that is right.
     
    A couple of things.  1) If it weren’t for the State intervention you would probably have not been robbed anyway.  You knew how to better protect your business and were not allowed to do so by an agent of the State.  You say above:

    A few things that come to mind- I always knew my front door was the most vulnerable part of my office security. It’s wood, with a big glass pane from the lock up to the top stile. For “safety” reasons according to the City of Dayton building inspector- I had to take off the double keyed deadbolt and put in a thumb latch- “so no one could be trapped inside during a fire.” I had protested that there are huge windows all around- throw a chair through and go out- no deal. I pointed out that any idiot could break the window- reach in and open the door- no deal.
    These punks, kicked through the bottom panels- and reached up to flip the locks. The metal strip I had installed on the jam did its part in reinforcing the door- but the old wood wasn’t strong enough. Had the double keyed deadbolt still been in place, they would have had to use another means to get in- and out.
    I can guarantee the new door will be steel- and with a double keyed deadbolt. You hear that Mr. Chief building inspector? (he was the head of inspection then- and is still working for the city I believe- he’s married to a former Mayor’s daughter) I should charge you with the frakkin deductible.

    2) Is it acceptable that your alarm went off a half of an hour passed before anyone responded?  All they have to do is get in a car and drive to your office.  I can order a pizza and have it delivered within a half hour from 5 pizza places within 5 miles of my house on most nights.
     
    Is this really your contention, Polly, that the situation discussed above is a good example as to why we pay taxes?
     
    I suggest that the above demonstrates the State’s use of coercion to make good, law abiding citizens into victims (by not allowing a simple security measure to be installed), and their incompetence at performing their duty as “protector.”
     
    Glad you are okay and will be made whole, David.

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  16. Larkin March 23, 2010 / 7:14 pm
    What a drag. At least you got your stuff back– did you ever get to retrieve the lost goods from your house break-in? I hope that you soon feel healed and whole.

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  17. David Esrati March 23, 2010 / 7:29 pm

    @Jesse- Had I told the alarm company to dispatch and it was a “burglary in progress” they would have been there in 4 minutes- this happened when I was in JAX last year- and someone broke my front windows.

    I told them not to dispatch- since I live across the street. My mistake.

    Yes- I agree that the building inspector screwed me. It won’t happen again.

    @Larkin- the house is still “unsolved” Right now- I’m tired. Very tired.

    The Dayton PD did a great job. Guys in 2nd District- I hope you enjoy the cookies (sorry 1st district- I owe you)

    @Elaine- can’t say enough about backing up too- that’s critical. Plus saving boxes with serial numbers (also had them all entered in Quickbooks).

    @Scott- it’s all your fault. Ever since you left- life hasn’t been the same on Bonner. Miss you much.

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  18. Jeff (the other one) March 23, 2010 / 8:02 pm
    I swore I was going to stay in Dayton, had a five year plan to wait it out, to see if this wave of crime ever stops but it is like pissing in the wind.  I don’t know how you think this health care bill will have any bearing on crime in Dayton but if it comforts you then I guess that is enough.  Ultimately, I bailed on this crappy city you call home.  Funny thing, I moved from a $130k home to a $330k home and my home insurance WENT DOWN!  So did my car insurance, something about the crime rate in my last zip code made my rates stupid high.  I am not throwing stones, I am simply saying, you can stay and keep fighting the fight, I respect that but it is rearranging furniture on the titanic.  This ship is sinking, in the end, no one cares who went down with the ship, only who survived.

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  19. Sarah March 23, 2010 / 8:21 pm
    Good luck getting these “fine upstanding” theives into jail.  Heck’s office is an abject joke.  Our good buddy Obong Obongekpeng (yes that is the thief’s real name) had what – 11 years of 2nd chances.  South Park and Huffman wrote continuously to Heck personally only to be told that our “opinion” didn’t count b/c we weren’t victims.  Really?

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  20. FTLOD March 23, 2010 / 11:22 pm
    Sorry to hear about your trouble.  Kudos to Dayton Police for catching the criminals!

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  21. Shortwest Rick March 24, 2010 / 1:25 am
    There’s a bit of irony in all of this, as the President was signing into law this morning probably the most significant thing to happen in all of our lifetimes’ David was nailing his front door back together. We are experiencing exactly what they taught us in school that as the babyboom generation ages there will be a lump in the snake, what they didn’t foresee is the me mentality that came along with it, that has been passed down exponentially by children with minimally instilled values raising children. Certainly Gene you are going to tear into me, but the farm ethic was have as many children as possible to work the land, bring food to the table and provide for the parents as they age, the new ethic is get my own and f*uck paying for educating those badass kids, let their uneducated parents teach them values. The disconnect played out perfectly during the healthcare thing which has nothing to do with about how to pay for medical bills but a class war between generations, one who fears mortality, one who can’t fathom financing life support for the previous generation more populus than themselves, one who believes cleaning the wheels and on the beemer and cleaning the 30-06 are opposite values and then we have the children sent to the field to tend the crop with no instruction on how.

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  22. Jesse March 24, 2010 / 8:13 am
    David,
     
    Thanks for the clarification.  Sorry, I assumed that when you said,

    “…I’m hoping that yields the prints the cops need. If they ever get here. Alarm went off at 2:46 a.m.- it’s 3:12 now. The cold air is rushing through the front door- and I’m in shorts and a t-shirt- but, I’m not ready to go home and pull on clothes until the cops arrive.”

    that you were expecting them to be faster.  Perhaps I misunderstood.
     
    Does the different type of alarm response change the fact that they did a bad job of “protecting” your property?  You reported at least three crimes that they let happen to your property in the one statement.  1) original theft 2) defacement of property 3) second theft.

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  23. David Esrati March 26, 2010 / 5:22 pm

    Getting your stuff back is bittersweet. They trashed all three screens- the iMac isn’t working, the case is cracked, and display is scratched pretty bad. The backlight works- but- the computer doesn’t boot.

    The Apple Cinema display has huge scratches on the display- and the integrated cable has 2 connectors busted.

    The cheap (relatively) Dell display- 2 nicks- right in the center.

    Both keyboards worthless. Part of the Huey color calibrator- a severed USB cord.

    You have to wonder why they bothered- they could have just trashed the place and left it all here- because all they did was destroy the value of some things that were valuable to me.

    I’m really bummed about the 20″ apple cinema display. The new Apple display doesn’t work with any of my computers- so it’s not an option. I’m not sure what else is as color correct- I know it has to be an IPS display- but, no one really reviews monitors like they used to. Open to suggestions?

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  24. hall March 26, 2010 / 5:49 pm
    You have to wonder if most stuff that gets stolen is banged up like this and if so, who the f*ck (is bad language allowed ?) buys this stuff ?

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  25. Jeanne March 30, 2010 / 9:54 pm
    My garage on Johnson Street was broken into that same night.  The thieves broke a window and entered that way.  I wonder if they were related.  As aggravating as that is, at the end of the day it’s not my personal space.   I am very sorry to hear that your home was broken into-what a terrible violation.  I hope that life is back to normal now.

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  26. David Esrati March 30, 2010 / 10:26 pm

    @Jeanne- sorry your garage was broken into. If they took anything- and it was the same thieves- they recovered your stuff. I hope you contacted the police.

    Life is getting back to normal- it’s just taking a lot of my time- which is valuable, to put things back to right.

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  27. David Esrati June 25, 2014 / 10:00 am

    Just added an update to the outcomes for these 3 hapless felons.

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