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Thread: Got felony stoped today and i lost my gun to the cops....

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    So if you think you have had a shity day let me tell you about mine,



    In Puyallup of all places today i have an encounter that i am ashamed to say was not one i will ever forget.



    I was drawn down on by 2 officers within 3 seconds of them seeing me, I was handcuffed i had my gun taken and mind you not returned

    I was illegaly detained for almost a solid hour. I was told i was not being detained or arrested yet i was stuffed in the back of a squad car in cuffs.

    After all of this i contacted Randy who is helping me resolve this situation but here it is 830 am night i have no idea who the cops were who took my gun, Were my gun is or for that matter if i will ever see it again.

    So take it from me folks, Some cops dont care about the law even though they will tell you that you have done nothing wrong and they can and will keep your gun. I didnt even get a receipt for my gun.

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    What?! seriously? Please give more details.

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    So tell us the story we want to know what you were doing and all the details.

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    I think he is holding out on some details pending another consultation with his attorney, Randy Loun.

    I wouldn't want to spread a lot of details had this happened to me.

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    at this time i can not say more because one of the officers who was involved goes on this forum and i do not want him to see it coming



    after randy and i deal with this i will give everyone full knowledge but i can tell you this, you will be outraged i can not say what happened exactly but M1gunner and SV know the whole story so PM them or me





    Thanks for the support

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    Understand keep us posted.

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    Sounds like you might be paying off your house a little sooner than expected...
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    ya i am thinking about getting a new vet and putting a plate frame on the back that says "puyallup pd baught me this"

    ha ha ha well i have to keep some sort of good spirit about this crappy mess

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    OOH OOH I know the plate could say " IPACKFORIT"

    I smell a trip to Vegas:celebrate

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    By the way, how do we contact Randy Loun if this happens to anyone else?
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    ghosthunter wrote:
    OOH OOH I know the plate could say " IPACKFORIT"

    I smell a trip to Vegas:celebrate
    Nah, too many letters. WA plates only have 7 spaces for letters, numbers, characters and spaces.
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    SpyderTattoo wrote:
    By the way, how do we contact Randy Loun if this happens to anyone else?
    Put his number and address in your wallet like I do, right behind my CPL:

    Randy Loun
    509 4th St.
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    Bremerton, WA 98337-1401
    Phone: 360-377-7678
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    Thanks for the quick reply on Randy's info. I'll also be putting this in my wallet.
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    SpyderTattoo wrote:
    Thanks for the quick reply on Randy's info. I'll also be putting this in my wallet.
    My pleasure; I try to help on here as much as I received when I first signed up.

    As an aside, I learned from Steve (after asking and pronouncing it wrong to him) that it's pronounced "Lown" as in "Noun", not "Loon" or "Loan". Always nice to get someone's name right if you're asking them to help you get out of legal trouble.
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    just_a_car wrote:
    SpyderTattoo wrote:
    Thanks for the quick reply on Randy's info. I'll also be putting this in my wallet.
    My pleasure; I try to help on here as much as I received when I first signed up.

    As an aside, I learned from Steve (after asking and pronouncing it wrong to him) that it's pronounced "Lown" as in "Noun", not "Loon" or "Loan". Always nice to get someone's name right if you're asking them to help you get out of legal trouble.
    I'm guessing I got his name right. Must have given the good work he did in Oly:P

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    IPAC4IT OR TPDGIFT

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    ghosthunter wrote:
    IPAC4IT OR TPDGIFT
    PPDPAID

    ... I think that says it all.
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    I surrender you win. I like it. Now what color for the new ride?



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    It's stuff like this that makes my fiancee scared when I carry. Hope you get your gun back, and let me know if I can help.

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    ghosthunter wrote:
    I surrender you win. I like it. Now what color for the new ride?

    Lime green... to represent "envy".
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    Great , I can't wait to here this story . Going to have to check in here from work in am .

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    As his wife (and one who obviously knows the whole story), I'd just like to say that I am very proud of the way my sometimes hotheaded husband handled the situation. He has every right to be angry about the way he was treated, and I'm behind him 100% in the action that he is taking against them for violating his civil rights, both 2A and 4A. Personally, I would have plead the 5th, which probably would have gotten me taken to jail, but after watching the "Never Talk to the Police" video, that would have been my reaction in a situation like that. It's one thing to talk to a police officer who is not violating your rights, but it is quite another to be handcuffed in the back of a car and to be forced to reveal your personal life when you've done nothing to warrant such an action, in my opinion.

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    wow. i'm sorry to hear that Jarhead. I Live in Puyallup and have had several interactions with the PD. both good and bad. most of them are hotheaded and have an itchy trigger finger. that is one reason i haven't OC'd in my home town yet. i hope you get some satisfaction in your case. sue the ever lovin' hell out of them. i'd be a helluva lot happier seeing my property taxes going to you than to the damn casino.

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    From the sound of things, you ran into a couple of thieves with badges. In addition to suing the city, the PD, and the individual officers, you should report your weapon as stolen. The thieves were two uniformed police officers who used their position as police officers to STEAL your pistol. This could be a federal offense and might result in some hard time for them. If we're lucky maybe even federal hard time.

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    Holy crap! :what: Definately gonna have to keep my eye on this one! Hope it all works out for you!

    And I'll definately keep Randy's contact info somewhere in my wallet incase something like this happens to me.

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