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Hwy 28 Break-ins
« on: January 17, 2012, 02:06:48 PM »

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I haven't posted here for a while, and I haven't scoured the rest of the site, but I haven't heard anything about the subject break-ins.  I was talking to a neighbor on Saturday, and he told me he had been broken in to.  When I got home, another neighbor was there telling my wife the same thing.  I got to thinking that since I lived between the two, I had better check.  Low and Behold I found a door that had been tampered with, and I had to replace the knob.  Luckily, I had just replace all my doors with new steel doors and locks including deadbolts just last summer.
 
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2012, 02:15:24 PM »
I punched something wrong, and this posted before I was done.  My last sentence was to have been;
 
IT SURE WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE TO HAVE HAD A DEPUTY STOP BY AND TELL US WHAT WAS GOING ON, AND TO BE ON THE LOOKOUT!!!

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2012, 02:57:32 PM »
If someone even thinks about trying to break our house they are going to have a very very big surprise... LOL...
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2012, 03:07:20 PM »
Understand that, but they broke into both houses during the day when everyone was at work.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #4 on: January 17, 2012, 04:18:35 PM »
We are lucky ... someone is always at home... along with some very very large dogs that are uber protective.  One being 130lb Heike our Great Dane calf that will great you "if" you manage to get in the door - among other surprises ....   :wink1a:
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2012, 08:13:33 PM »
we had someone try to break in our back door too. We hadn't reported it to the police until the neighbor called and said someone had also tried to break into theirs also we have to think it happened during the day as we are always home at night. We think they were trying to break in when we pulled into the driveway and scared them away. We have since reported it to the sheriff department. We do live in the general area just off the outer road past hwy 28.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2012, 04:55:52 PM »
I really expected to get a comment from the sheriff's department on my comment about keeping the neighborhood informed, but I guess not.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #7 on: January 19, 2012, 05:28:04 PM »
I don't hink they hgave time to make phone calls to the homes.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #8 on: January 19, 2012, 05:41:15 PM »
You have to protect your own property and IF they get ya and run off with some stuff they will make a report for insurance purposes and to help catch the thiefs if they have detailed description of property. If they break in MY home I will shoot a MoFo in a heartbeat. Thats IF they are in my home.
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #9 on: January 19, 2012, 09:20:00 PM »
I don't hink they hgave time to make phone calls to the homes.
I agree and think that's where neighbors used to help each other more... seems like that doesn't happen much anymore.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #10 on: January 19, 2012, 09:49:22 PM »
Looks like they caught a couple people day before yesterday. Maybe they are the culprits? See Sheriffs report.









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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #11 on: January 20, 2012, 12:30:16 AM »
I really expected to get a comment from the sheriff's department on my comment about keeping the neighborhood informed, but I guess not.


  OK, here is a comment. We are real busy trying to cover 550 square miles and 52,576 permanent residents with 13 paid deputies, repeat 13 paid deputies.. Somehow we just do not get to everything. Right now I feel like Gen. Custer at the Little Big Horn, "Where are all these damn burglars, er, I mean Indians coming from?"

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #12 on: January 20, 2012, 12:51:31 AM »
I think you are more outnumbered than custer was JB!

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #13 on: January 23, 2012, 09:32:47 PM »
I agree with most of these comments, but for neighbors to help neighbors, they have to know there is a problem.  These bozos broke in while no one was at home, so shooting is out of the question.  JBs comment brings up a good question though, how many reserve deputies does this county have?  I was told that a previous sheriff had over 80, most of which never struck a lick at a dead snake.  This information canvassing would be a perfect job for a reserve.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #14 on: January 23, 2012, 10:23:51 PM »
This information canvassing would be a perfect job for a reserve.

Big Ed, the problem is most of the reserves work full time jobs else where, and some of us work more than double the normal hours at hour jobs that pay the bills. We try very hard to help where ever we can, but we are spread thin to say the least.
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #15 on: January 24, 2012, 02:00:05 AM »
I agree with most of these comments, but for neighbors to help neighbors, they have to know there is a problem.  These bozos broke in while no one was at home, so shooting is out of the question.  JBs comment brings up a good question though, how many reserve deputies does this county have?  I was told that a previous sheriff had over 80, most of which never struck a lick at a dead snake.  This information canvassing would be a perfect job for a reserve.


 #1 We do not have sufficient cars to send out very many reserves at any given time. If the $15K in this years budget for the purchase of cars is still there when the final budget is approved, and it should be, that would bring the grand total to $35K in 8 budget years for me to buy cars with. Thats $4,375 per year.

#2 Yes, I do have quite a few reserves. Some work 8 hours every two months and some work 4-7 shifts per month. The county pays work comp insurance on all of them. Quite a bit of $$$$.

#3  I require all reserves to do an FTO period. Depending on their experience it can be 14 to 21 days and for green deputies it is several months, same as the paid deputies. So most of the time the reserves act as a second deputy for a two man car. It makes more gasoline sense to send one two man car instead of two one man cars. Saves budget money. Last year we spent $160K on auto expenses, this year we get the same if the budget stays the same as approved. Pray we do not get $4.00+ gas this year.

#4. I write a column every week and several warnings have been issued in the column.

#5. All of my reserves are POST certified unlike many people who held commissions under the prior sheriff. Many of these people wanted me to reissue them a commission. We seldom got past the show me the POST license part of the application process.

#6 If law enforcement is so important in Pulaski County why do I only have 13 paid deputies now?  (2 more in the new budget if they stay there) REMEMBER WE HAVE 550 SQUARE MILES TO COVER AND 52,000 FULL TIME PEOPLE IN THE COUNTY.

    Food for thought.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #16 on: January 24, 2012, 02:23:32 AM »
Your wrong about the population count. Kevin Hillman just got rid of 8 more.   :wink1a:   ;D   :th_gen129:
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #17 on: January 24, 2012, 02:52:25 AM »
I was under the impression that reserve deputies often provided their own cars, at least they had all the lights, sirens, and radios that patrol cars do.  Does the 525 square miles and 52,000 people include anyone who lives inside a city limit or Ft. Leonard Wood.  It may or may not be true, but I have always been told that a lot of the reason Pulaski County may not do as well tax wise is because almost half of the county is taken out of the tax base by FLW.  I'm no expert, but I don't think yours, or any other county body, has the same responsibility inside city limits or on post.  Any truth to this?

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #18 on: January 24, 2012, 03:00:53 AM »
Budeget is done no changes J B .

 #1 We do not have sufficient cars to send out very many reserves at any given time. If the $15K in this years budget for the purchase of cars is still there when the final budget is approved, and it should be, that would bring the grand total to $35K in 8 budget years for me to buy cars with. Thats $4,375 per year.

#2 Yes, I do have quite a few reserves. Some work 8 hours every two months and some work 4-7 shifts per month. The county pays work comp insurance on all of them. Quite a bit of $$$$.

#3  I require all reserves to do an FTO period. Depending on their experience it can be 14 to 21 days and for green deputies it is several months, same as the paid deputies. So most of the time the reserves act as a second deputy for a two man car. It makes more gasoline sense to send one two man car instead of two one man cars. Saves budget money. Last year we spent $160K on auto expenses, this year we get the same if the budget stays the same as approved. Pray we do not get $4.00+ gas this year.

#4. I write a column every week and several warnings have been issued in the column.

#5. All of my reserves are POST certified unlike many people who held commissions under the prior sheriff. Many of these people wanted me to reissue them a commission. We seldom got past the show me the POST license part of the application process.

#6 If law enforcement is so important in Pulaski County why do I only have 13 paid deputies now?  (2 more in the new budget if they stay there) REMEMBER WE HAVE 550 SQUARE MILES TO COVER AND 52,000 FULL TIME PEOPLE IN THE COUNTY.

    Food for thought.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2012, 02:39:42 PM »
I was under the impression that reserve deputies often provided their own cars, at least they had all the lights, sirens, and radios that patrol cars do.  Does the 525 square miles and 52,000 people include anyone who lives inside a city limit or Ft. Leonard Wood.  It may or may not be true, but I have always been told that a lot of the reason Pulaski County may not do as well tax wise is because almost half of the county is taken out of the tax base by FLW.  I'm no expert, but I don't think yours, or any other county body, has the same responsibility inside city limits or on post.  Any truth to this?


Yes and No. The population count includes all the cities. We do assist city police , at their request, all the time except for the closed Kingdom of Dixon. We do have and do exercise our legal right to work inside a city as needed. We have limited jurisdiction on Ft. Wood for all crimes committed OFF post. Crimes committed ON post belong to the feds except that the Pulaski County Coroner has full and sole jurisdiction over the body of a child victim so he will be a part of any federal child death investigation on post.

I do not want my deputies using their own vehicles to stop people as that can lead to all sorts of problems that we do not need. In addition the guys would not be covered by our insurance. So no unless an emergency.

Tax base. You are mostly correct. If we could count the Ft. Wood property values we would be a first or second class county but we cannot tax that property for the road and bridge department. The population of Ft. Wood does come off base and spend heavy which greatly increases the general revenue tax base that supports the PCSD.

I think I have covered all of your questions but if not ask more.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2012, 09:15:26 PM »
All very interesting, but it still puts you between a rock and a hard place.  Keep on keeping on.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #21 on: January 25, 2012, 04:29:48 AM »
Glad to hear the Kingdom of Dixon does not require any assitance. I bet they get plenty from the MHP.
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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #22 on: January 25, 2012, 01:10:28 PM »
Glad to hear the Kingdom of Dixon does not require any assitance. I bet they get plenty from the MHP.


  Not exactly during my blue suit years he never wanted us there in town.

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Re: Hwy 28 SPEEDERS
« Reply #23 on: September 30, 2012, 02:15:48 AM »
I am tired of all these people that travel on Hwy 28 cannot or will not do the speed limit or passing in a no passing zone !  From what a deputy told me in May of this year  That If I do the speed limit I WAS ILLEGAL BECAUSE I WAS OBEYING THE LAW !!!  Anyone that is SPEEDING OR PASSING IN A NO PASSING ZONE OR COMING UP BEHIND YOU DOING AN UNGODLY SPEED WAS IN FACT DOING NOTHING WRONG OR IF THEY USED THEIR VECHICLE IN A THREATING MANOR ie TRY TO RAM YOUR REAR BUMPER QUITE A FEW TIMES THEY ARE NOT BREAKING ANY LAWS.  HE ALSO STATED THAT HE SEES ALOT OF PEOPLE DOING THINGS WRONG IN THEIR VECHICLE DURING HIS WATCH BUT DOES NOTHING ABOUT IT..    I HAVE ALSO BEEN TOLD BY DEPUTIES THAT THERE IS NO "SPEEDING " PROBLEM ON THIS HWY!!!!!!   SINCE THIS ENCOUNTER WITH THE "POLICE"  I HAVE HAVE GIVEN THEM A NEW LOGO  C. P. A.  CRIMMAL PROTECTION AGENCY  FROM A RESIDENT TIRED OF THERE NON POLICE SUPPORT OF LAW ABIDING CITIZENS 

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #24 on: September 30, 2012, 03:07:43 AM »
I am tired of all these people that travel on Hwy 28 cannot or will not do the speed limit or passing in a no passing zone !  From what a deputy told me in May of this year  That If I do the speed limit I WAS ILLEGAL BECAUSE I WAS OBEYING THE LAW !!!  Anyone that is SPEEDING OR PASSING IN A NO PASSING ZONE OR COMING UP BEHIND YOU DOING AN UNGODLY SPEED WAS IN FACT DOING NOTHING WRONG OR IF THEY USED THEIR VECHICLE IN A THREATING MANOR ie TRY TO RAM YOUR REAR BUMPER QUITE A FEW TIMES THEY ARE NOT BREAKING ANY LAWS.  HE ALSO STATED THAT HE SEES ALOT OF PEOPLE DOING THINGS WRONG IN THEIR VECHICLE DURING HIS WATCH BUT DOES NOTHING ABOUT IT..    I HAVE ALSO BEEN TOLD BY DEPUTIES THAT THERE IS NO "SPEEDING " PROBLEM ON THIS HWY!!!!!!   SINCE THIS ENCOUNTER WITH THE "POLICE"  I HAVE HAVE GIVEN THEM A NEW LOGO  C. P. A.  CRIMMAL PROTECTION AGENCY  FROM A RESIDENT TIRED OF THERE NON POLICE SUPPORT OF LAW ABIDING CITIZENS 

If your going to post some bullshit like this at least give the badge number or name. Without eather sounds like you just got a problem. Let us folks that travel 28 daily know who is protecting the speeders.
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« Reply #25 on: September 30, 2012, 06:07:46 AM »
 Pete  this officer is 6' to 6'2" bald and stocky  So if you are one of the drivers that do not do the speed limit on 28 Hwy  Maybe you will run in to the rear of my car some day  if you do not speed great but when the police do not care about this problem who do we go to ?

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #26 on: September 30, 2012, 12:15:51 PM »
The Missouri state Highway Patrol are the persons who should be enforcing traffic laws.  Our sheriff's don't have time to catch all the child molesters, drug dealers and thiefs.  Call the highway patrol and ask them to spend more time on Highway 28.


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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #27 on: September 30, 2012, 12:59:57 PM »
If your going to post some bullshit like this at least give the badge number or name. Without eather sounds like you just got a problem. Let us folks that travel 28 daily know who is protecting the speeders.


  Yes by all means give us the name of the deputy. As the former Trooper who played a small role in getting the 45 mph speed limit set on that section of Mo. 28 I would love to know who to who I needed to have a chat with.

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Re: Hwy 28 Break-ins
« Reply #28 on: October 02, 2012, 03:22:50 AM »
I  too have had too many cars tailgate me because I DO THE speed limit. I have had them pass on curves. If a LE officer was to tell me to just speed up, I for sure would report him/her. That deputy needs to find somewhere else to be employed if what you say is true. I am sorry but it just sounds so far fetched for a LE officer to say what you said he said. Just keep doing the limit and hand in there. I guess this is another high jacked thread, sorry!
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