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      Undercover Surveillance

      I recently emailed my local police chief regarding a problem in my neighberhood. It seems there is a apartment where alot of drug activity takes place. He was aware and informed me that his department has been operating in both an undercover capacity as well as routine and regular patrols. He also wants to know if I will be willing to participate in surveillance missions by allowing an officer to use my property to conduct surveillance. He also said he could tell me at this time his department was conducting several types of investigations including undercover police purchases of controlled substances.

      I am really to the point, I want something done to put an end to this problem. I am kinda uncertain if I want a police officer using my house for surveillance. He told me that he welcomes any and all assistance I can provide. I am thinking maybe I should do the surveillance myself. I am trying to decide what to do before I go talk with him in person.

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      Your surveillance won't have the same weight in ct - basically I would think that your two choices are do it or not. I guess you could write down lic plate numbers and such that U see at the house. But, it won't be the same as having the officer there doing it - with the officer, they wait until they decide they have enough, and then go get a search warrant from a Judge.

      U just have to decide if you wanna risk the guy finding out you allowed it on your property or not. In most cases, this should not even come out. But, if it were me, that would be my deciding factor. Does that risk outweigh your desire to stop the guy. Only U can answer that - Undoubtedly, U will get advice telling you to do it by other members here - but they don't have to live next to the guy. YOU do. You must decide what you want to do on your own. We both know the guy needs to be stopped - but what do U want to do?

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      Quote Originally Posted by L8models View Post
      I recently emailed my local police chief regarding a problem in my neighberhood. It seems there is a apartment where alot of drug activity takes place. He was aware and informed me that his department has been operating in both an undercover capacity as well as routine and regular patrols. He also wants to know if I will be willing to participate in surveillance missions by allowing an officer to use my property to conduct surveillance. He also said he could tell me at this time his department was conducting several types of investigations including undercover police purchases of controlled substances.

      I am really to the point, I want something done to put an end to this problem. I am kinda uncertain if I want a police officer using my house for surveillance. He told me that he welcomes any and all assistance I can provide. I am thinking maybe I should do the surveillance myself. I am trying to decide what to do before I go talk with him in person.
      I had a situation similar to this years ago.

      My neighbor was receiving visitors most every night. They always left the car run and only stayed a few minutes. It doesn’t take rocket science to know what’s going on, so I went to the police and told the story. I had been watching for weeks. Well, one week later, the guy just disappeared.
      End of problem.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mr. P View Post
      I had a situation similar to this years ago.

      My neighbor was receiving visitors most every night. They always left the car run and only stayed a few minutes. It doesn’t take rocket science to know what’s going on, so I went to the police and told the story. I had been watching for weeks. Well, one week later, the guy just disappeared.
      End of problem.
      How'd you dispose of the body?

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      Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
      How'd you dispose of the body?
      If I tell ya, I gotta kill ya.

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      Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
      How'd you dispose of the body?

      :smt044 :smt044

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      Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
      How'd you dispose of the body?
      I have found that a hamburger grinder and the neighborhood dogs do a right nice job .Th e grinder even grinds up the bones and mixes them in with the meat and the dogs dont notice(or care)





































      I am just kidding so dont go callin' the FBI on me ok.

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      Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post

      I am just kidding so dont go callin' the FBI on me ok.

      You wrote this too far down on your post, and I didn't see it,,,,,,,,,,,,,better start running.

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      I don't know how the cop intends to come & go from your property. I would hope that it would be very discrete. I would probably want to find that out. Personally, I wouldn't mind it, but I wouldn't want the suspect to see him or be able to find out that I allowed it or there might be some retribution.

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