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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by MaineRed View Post
    Is it legal for cops to drive to someone's house for no reason and start running plates?

    He had no business being there and he had no reason to run the plates. No one reported a crime, he wasn't on the lookout for the car. What was he doing?

    I'm not one who believes people should get off when cops do something wrong, a crime was either commited or it wasn't. But the "I didn't recognize the car" reasoning doesn't make any sense. Is it really the job of law enforcement to keep tabs on the cars parked in the drveways of NFL players who smoke pot?

    Sounds like Henry has become a prize grab for the police in Florence. I just wonder what is being overlooked in Florence while the cops keep an eye on Henry and make sure he isn't providing more wine coolers to minors.
    There is no expectation of privacy in license plates, so yes, they can drive by and run plates.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by MaineRed View Post
    Is it legal for cops to drive to someone's house for no reason and start running plates?

    They could say it's probable cause. It's not like Henry's never been in trouble with the law before and he's been known to hang out with some unsavory characters. Cops go by his place on a routine patrol, they see a car that is unfamiliar, they run the plates and, surprise, surprise, the car is stolen. Seems like their hunch was right on.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by MaineRed View Post
    Is it legal for cops to drive to someone's house for no reason and start running plates?
    Yes.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Rental cars usually have a sticker on them, don't they?

    An out of state rental car might be considered unusual, I would think, especially one from so far away.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by RFS62 View Post
    An out of state rental car might be considered unusual, I would think, especially one from so far away.
    I don't think so. When I rented a van while I was on vacation recently, it had Illinois plates.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by RFS62 View Post
    Rental cars usually have a sticker on them, don't they?

    An out of state rental car might be considered unusual, I would think, especially one from so far away.
    No it really isn't. I go out to colorado every winter and we rent a car. You get rentals from Utah, Wyoming, California, etc. It almost seems like we very rarely get one with a Colorado liscens plate. I have a feeling that the police don't want the bad pub with this case and nothing will happen of significance.

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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by RFS62 View Post
    Rental cars usually have a sticker on them, don't they?
    Actually, I don't think they do any more. IIRC, they were being targeted for crime.

    At least that's what the guy at National told me.

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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Some do have a sticker, that is easy to peel off.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    I agree, but what were they profiling? This sound along the lines of harassment or looking for anything they can on this guy.
    Where there's smoke, there's usually fire.

    Hanging around Chris Henry in a guaranteed collar for any law enforcement officer.

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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    I say nail this idiot. No need to investigate. It's just a typical Chris Henry offense.

    Like when he failed that drug test
    http://www.wlwt.com/news/13373770/detail.html
    Like when he beat up those kids
    http://www.wlwt.com/news/13512164/detail.html
    The guy is a 'lowlife'. Even the prosecutor says so.
    http://www.wlwt.com/news/13392981/detail.html

    Honestly, it would take a pattern of false accusations to convince me that the police were trying to nail this guy in any way possible. If that were the case, I might be skeptical until all the facts came out.

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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfboy View Post
    I say nail this idiot. No need to investigate. It's just a typical Chris Henry offense.

    Like when he failed that drug test
    http://www.wlwt.com/news/13373770/detail.html
    Like when he beat up those kids
    http://www.wlwt.com/news/13512164/detail.html
    The guy is a 'lowlife'. Even the prosecutor says so.
    http://www.wlwt.com/news/13392981/detail.html

    Honestly, it would take a pattern of false accusations to convince me that the police were trying to nail this guy in any way possible. If that were the case, I might be skeptical until all the facts came out.

    That's pretty funny.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    I'm shocked

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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    Who finds it hard to believe Chris Henry drove a rental car from LA to KY?

    Color me skeptical.
    I find it peculiar... Already semi truck size holes in this story.
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    Who finds it hard to believe Chris Henry drove a rental car from LA to KY?

    Color me skeptical.
    He had to drive. Odell ain't got a license no mo!
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    Re: Stolen Vehicle Recovered from a Bengals Home(wanna guess which one?)

    I guess I don't understand why this is a big deal. A beat cop notices a car that is out of place in the driveway of a citizen who's had plenty of interactions with the police. It's reasonable to assume the officer actually had an idea of which cars were "regulars" and which wern't. There's no issue with running the plates as they are issued by the state and are available for the entire world to see (not saying this is an exact legal explination, but rather just my opinion).

    As is often the case there's likely more to this case that what has been reported. But I take no issue with the police based on the details presented thus far.
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