Trust you're instincts!

Discussion in 'Let me tell you about my trip' started by slowfatknitter, Jun 20, 2010.

  1. slowfatknitter

    slowfatknitter Member

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    We have a lot at a private lake and love to spend the weekends there. There have been multiple security issues over the past few years. Our beloved vintage Airstream was broken into 4 times before the @#$%^!'s were caught. This Father's Day Weekend we went back to the lot. My DH and I like to walk in the morning and took our usual walk to the dam and back. We noticed a green mini van with a man(?) sitting on the dam with a pair of binoculars. DH thought he was watching the birds, I thought he was scoping out the boats and fishermen. DH made a couple of trips during the day running the kids to the beach and back. He commented that the man(?) was still on the dam but closer to the beach. After lunch and naps, we took the kids back to the beach. The man(?) was still there. My DS said mom check that out! The man(?) was standing outside his van in a ladies bikini. He struted back in front of his van stopping to "pose". A few minutes later he "changed" into a dress and "posed" again. My DH stopped in front of him and asked him if he had a problem. (Captain Obivious). Long story short - we called security and he was arrested as a sexual preditor, driving under the influence, drugs and paraphenalia, criminal trespass and having porn in his van. If it looks wrong it is - call security - let them handle it!
     
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    barb_dave Active Member

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    All I can say is there are some really, really sick people.

    You should be commended for calling security as you may have prevented this creature from harming someone.
     
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    01YZF6 Dothan, AL

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    good for you!

    even better that he is not there now.
     
  4. Unstable_Tripod

    Unstable_Tripod Well, there's your problem!

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    Wow! Reading that made me think of the opening scenes on an episode of Criminal Minds. You may have saved someone from a horrible experience or death. Good work!
     
  5. Yellowkayak

    Yellowkayak Popups.....when sleeping on the ground gets to you

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    The larger our population gets the more of those sick bas*ards there are going to be. They'll get theirs int he end....thats if I don't get them first! I will not stand those sicko's.

    JJ
     
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    Albert and Melanie The "pup" Palace

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    That's just awful...
     
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    erich0521 New Member

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    "trust your instincts" is absolutely correct. Thank you for being a watchful citizen!
     
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    good job you got a perv off the streets . im sure we each have our own ideas what we would like to do to him . (it would save allot of money in the court system :) )
     
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    My ideal costs about [2C] 1/2 cents. great work slowfatknitter.
     
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    Bullfrog Bheer Active Member

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    It made me think of The Shack, where the guys daughter gets kidnapped from a CG.
     
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    snoopytrooper New Member

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    I'm thinking Vietnam toucher style on them . [2C] 1/2 is to nice .
     
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    Chewie48 New Member

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    Crazy! You never know what you are going to run in to.
     
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    Excellent job staying aware. You're right trust your instincts. It never hurts to report any activity or person you have a bad feeling about. It could defiantly hurt not reporting it. Although it may not trigger an immediate law enforcement action it may trigger an alert to other park employees who then become extra eyes and could report as needed.
     
  14. CarNutCass

    CarNutCass Put a little gravel in your travel

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    ...but did he look good in the bikini?

    C'MON, I'M JUST KIDDING! [8D]
     
  15. astronomynv

    astronomynv 98 Starcraft Constellation 1021 TV 93 Ford Bronco

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    Thanks for taking the time to do something about it. So many people don't. Hopfully they lock him up and throw away the key.
     
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    JulesCamper Indianapolis, IN

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    It is a good thing that you take notice of your surroundings! Like was said before you may have saved someone from somehting horrible. The devil is busy.
     
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    [:O] [:O] [:O]

    Thank goodness you called.
     

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