Live PD: The Case of the Stolen Shed (Season 2) | A&E

Buyers are surprised to learn that the shed they just bought was sold to them by someone other than the owner, who happens to be in the hospital in this clip from, “3.9.18”. #LivePD
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33 thoughts on “Live PD: The Case of the Stolen Shed (Season 2) | A&E

  1. I really appreciate this. I had my stuff stolen in a city, filed a report there and ended up finding it for sale 40 miles away. When I called city police, they told me they couldn’t do anything because it was outside of their jurisdiction. So I called the county sheriff’s office and they told me they couldn’t do anything either because I didn’t file the report with them. I was told that this guy was known and notorious for this kind of thing, but that nobody could help me

  2. Something tells me that the guys in the truck and the 2 guys at the house know eachother. One did know that the guy is gone and said "lets pick up the shed, give me 150$" so they just picked up the shed, smoked one and then the officer came. Guys in the truck are like "nah, we brought it from some black dude" and the officer then asks the 2 guys at the house "whats the deal with the truck and the shed?" and they are like "ohhh sh… we didnt see anything" and the cop is confused, because they should know.. then goes on to ask who the black guy is and they go like "nah, we dont know anyone living here… we just hang out here".
    When he wants to ID them they dont have their ID… and the police guy acts like he's the hero that has anything under controll, because he makes them unload the shed.

    That's like if you would try to rob a bank and the police comes.. you just tell them that someone gave you the money and they are like "ok, we found the money but the robers are gone…" and as long as you help to transport the money back to the bank they police is happy that the money didnt got stolen and claim victory.

  3. It’s a house full of drug users, Richard wasn’t around so they took advantage and used one of their plugs to pose as the home/shed owner and make some quick drug cash. The girl that left definitely was the ring leader on that one.

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