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    So I found out my friends house was raided by the police and they confiscated all his computers including my camera that I left over there. I have been trying to debate on whether or not I should go to the station tomorrow and see about information on getting it. I do not know why they raided his house. What is everyones thoughts and opinions on this?

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    MarchinBunny

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    I don't think it could hurt to ask about it. But depending on the reason they where raided they may question you a little. Also, there is a very good chance they are going to require some sort of proof the camera belongs to you. Whether that be a receipt, license number, or call up your friend to confirm it's yours.

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    As per brabbit's advice.

    The primary reason the filth steal items like that is because they have reason to suspect they are; 1/ the tools of criminal activity, 2/ the proceeds of same.

    Your aquaintance does not sound like much of a real friend. If his amnesia is something he is trying to forget, he should still have his copy of the search warrant to remind him why his gaff was turned over".

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    I'd go in and do so. Course, in my town everyone knows the cops and every cop knows everyone. We are one of those we look out for our own people type of towns. Heck our mayor hangs out at the golf club, drinks, smokes, swears, gambles, talks with the people, and rarely has to argue with anyone. As for the cops, friendly guys even when pulling you over for speeding. So best of luck to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brabbit1987 View Post
    I don't think it could hurt to ask about it. But depending on the reason they where raided they may question you a little. Also, there is a very good chance they are going to require some sort of proof the camera belongs to you. Whether that be a receipt, license number, or call up your friend to confirm it's yours.
    I hope you get your stuff back

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    Unless it's worth a lot of money or you really need it, I'd hold off.

    If your friend's getting his door kicked in, I'd want to stay as far away from whatever mess he's in as I could. When the dust settles it _might_ be worth going to claim your property.

    That's my take anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoundCoder View Post
    Unless it's worth a lot of money or you really need it, I'd hold off.

    If your friend's getting his door kicked in, I'd want to stay as far away from whatever mess he's in as I could. When the dust settles it _might_ be worth going to claim your property.

    That's my take anyway.
    Yeah, this. I'd want to know what the story was/is before getting in the mix...... heaven forbid your camera was being used for something illegal. That could conceivably expose you to all sorts of hassle.

    Lawyers are expensive, even if you didn't do anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoundCoder View Post
    Unless it's worth a lot of money or you really need it, I'd hold off.

    If your friend's getting his door kicked in, I'd want to stay as far away from whatever mess he's in as I could. When the dust settles it _might_ be worth going to claim your property.

    That's my take anyway.
    Yeah that is what I was thinking. If I go in and he did something with the camera and go in and tell them it is mine then I may suspected of it too. I can't afford it trying to become a firefighter and all.

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    MarchinBunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoundCoder View Post
    Unless it's worth a lot of money or you really need it, I'd hold off.

    If your friend's getting his door kicked in, I'd want to stay as far away from whatever mess he's in as I could. When the dust settles it _might_ be worth going to claim your property.

    That's my take anyway.


    Quote Originally Posted by Maxx View Post
    Yeah, this. I'd want to know what the story was/is before getting in the mix...... heaven forbid your camera was being used for something illegal. That could conceivably expose you to all sorts of hassle.

    Lawyers are expensive, even if you didn't do anything.
    There is nothing more the law hates, than when people wait without any actual good reason. If anything, I would say that would make the person look more suspicious.

    Point of the matter is, unless the OP did something, he has nothing to worry about. Being questioned and answering the questions honestly is simply the best thing he could do. If he has nothing to do with what was going on over there, it will be known.



    Quote Originally Posted by cavemans View Post
    Yeah that is what I was thinking. If I go in and he did something with the camera and go in and tell them it is mine then I may suspected of it too. I can't afford it trying to become a firefighter and all.
    Yes, but if you are suspected of it, they will simply question you. They are not going to detain you or anything, and it should have absolutely no effect on you becoming a fire fighter. Also as I said, waiting may make you more suspicious if something was done with the camera. If you didn't do anything, there is no reason for you to wait.

    It's the same reason when someone runs from the cops, they automatically assume the person running is running because they broke the law. They instantly become a suspect because they did something suspicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brabbit1987 View Post
    There is nothing more the law hates, than when people wait without any actual good reason. If anything, I would say that would make the person look more suspicious.

    Point of the matter is, unless the OP did something, he has nothing to worry about. Being questioned and answering the questions honestly is simply the best thing he could do. If he has nothing to do with what was going on over there, it will be known.



    Yes, but if you are suspected of it, they will simply question you. They are not going to detain you or anything, and it should have absolutely no effect on you becoming a fire fighter. Also as I said, waiting may make you more suspicious if something was done with the camera. If you didn't do anything, there is no reason for you to wait.

    It's the same reason when someone runs from the cops, they automatically assume the person running is running because they broke the law. They instantly become a suspect because they did something suspicious.
    Will they tell me what the seize was about?

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