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Sep 7, 2020 | 16:07 1 Someone , not saying who , is stealing trucks like crazy in area again
2 today already from Paynton Area
Several past few days
As farmers are in fields
Just a wild guess but most likely not people who have jobs and are working for a living ... just a wild guess there Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 16:08 2 Free money and idle hands .... what could go wrong eh ???? Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 16:19 3 So heads up here in the NW Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 19:01 4 We lock our half tons and Take the keys now. Its not like the good old days. Reply With Quote
blackpowder's Avatar Sep 7, 2020 | 19:02 5 Gawd, that would push me over the edge. Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 19:47 6
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
Free money and idle hands .... what could go wrong eh ????
idle no more.....

Have got in the habit of locking my vehicle in the field. pain in the ass but hey so is dealing with insurance. Have never locked the shop in 30 years. Now it too has a lock, not to deter them but so I know something is missing... Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 20:02 7 We had 2 snowmobiles stolen last week. Have suspects in mind. Neighbours have seen a vehicle. Trap being set. Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 20:39 8
Quote Originally Posted by Braveheart View Post
We had 2 snowmobiles stolen last week. Have suspects in mind. Neighbours have seen a vehicle. Trap being set.
Ya all one can do is watch out for each other
Mass texts sent out today , everyone watching hard now . ***in unreal we have to live like this but what else can we do . Reply With Quote
Sep 7, 2020 | 20:41 9
Quote Originally Posted by Braveheart View Post
We had 2 snowmobiles stolen last week. Have suspects in mind. Neighbours have seen a vehicle. Trap being set.
Trap door?

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  • Sep 7, 2020 | 20:42 10
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    Free money and idle hands .... what could go wrong eh ????
    With all the free money.... why the need to steal other people's stuff? Reply With Quote
    Sep 7, 2020 | 20:54 11
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    Trap door?

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    Haha. Right idea for sure. Too much work to build. Tall tree, rope, horse. Keep it simple. Reply With Quote
    Sep 7, 2020 | 20:57 12 We lost a 3” pump and 3” bango Y strainer screen and all fittings (that was why my arse hurt) $1000 later
    God damn assholes Reply With Quote
    Sep 8, 2020 | 04:05 13
    Quote Originally Posted by Braveheart View Post
    We had 2 snowmobiles stolen last week. Have suspects in mind. Neighbours have seen a vehicle. Trap being set.
    Hope ya get but be careful mate.
    Best laid plans of mice and men can go astray.

    Doesn’t glen have a solution to all this Reply With Quote
    Sep 8, 2020 | 06:25 14
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    We lost a 3” pump and 3” bango Y strainer screen and all fittings (that was why my arse hurt) $1000 later
    God damn assholes
    Are you sure that was someone not working or someone that needed it for their operation?

    I once supposedly lost a fuel cap off my combine one that had the small chain connected to it. I phoned the local dealer and he said jeez must be forgetful people in our area. I said why’s that he said a guy not to far from me was looking for one the day before. I said did you sell him one he said no those are hard to come by no Dealers around had one in stock. Mine accidentally must have fell off after I parked it for the night no dust or straw in the tank. Lol. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 8, 2020 | 10:39 15 Big Wheel, a fellow farmer? Noooo! Remember the farmer who had a long list of stolen farm machinery near Saskatoon a few years ago. I thought all farmers were honest and law abiding citizens!

    We have a had a few incidents over the years of missing items. There are some career thieves at work but some of them are occasional opportunists! Reply With Quote
    Sep 8, 2020 | 11:16 16
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Big Wheel, a fellow farmer? Noooo! Remember the farmer who had a long list of stolen farm machinery near Saskatoon a few years ago. I thought all farmers were honest and law abiding citizens!

    We have a had a few incidents over the years of missing items. There are some career thieves at work but some of them are occasional opportunists!
    Most are career thieves that never hardly worked a day in their lives . Kinda like Trudeau, hardly worked and honest day in his life , people kind like that think it’s their birth right to steal from others hard work Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 8, 2020 | 11:20 17 When you have no concept of having to work for a living you have no respect for those that do ..... it’s very evident now a days ..... Reply With Quote
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    RTK

  • Sep 8, 2020 | 13:09 18
    Quote Originally Posted by Herc View Post
    idle no more.....

    Have got in the habit of locking my vehicle in the field. pain in the ass but hey so is dealing with insurance. Have never locked the shop in 30 years. Now it too has a lock, not to deter them but so I know something is missing...
    We just hide the keys in a pair of work boots or gloves .... seems to work ..... Reply With Quote

  • Sep 8, 2020 | 21:25 19 The thieves work in spurts around here too. A month ago was really bad here. Nothing in the field is left in sight from any road and everything is locked with the keys stashed away. Sometimes dad hides them good enough that nobody can find them😉

    Five years ago never had an issue with anything. Now most of the neighbourhood has gates and it feels so unwelcoming. Really sad situation. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 9, 2020 | 00:10 20
    Quote Originally Posted by woodland View Post
    The thieves work in spurts around here too. A month ago was really bad here. Nothing in the field is left in sight from any road and everything is locked with the keys stashed away. Sometimes dad hides them good enough that nobody can find them😉

    Five years ago never had an issue with anything. Now most of the neighbourhood has gates and it feels so unwelcoming. Really sad situation.
    I suppose ignorance is bliss since it happens around here too, but the biggest problem I have with theft is getting calls from the police that they found my stolen car abandoned on a lease road, keys still in it. Apparently I am the only farmer who uses a car for a run around vehicle, and leaves it in the feild, where some good samaritan can report it as stolen. Reply With Quote
    Sep 10, 2020 | 07:22 21 Shout out to neighbours with sharp eyes. After our snowmobiles were stolen we put the word out. One reported a black lifted Chevy in the area. It didn't belong. He got the plate and we turned it over to the RCMP. Turns out he's a guy that moved to our community from AB. Police have a file on him for similar thefts out there. They believe he relocated to get away from the heat out west. They don't have enough for a warrant (very hard to get) so they have him and his woman under observation hoping for a break. This is not a story about our crime as much as it is about how watching out for one another can never be understated. We had 5 tips from people in a short time. Thanks to all. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 10, 2020 | 07:44 22 We are lucky in the Ghetto, not alot of crap happening out here. You hear of the odd incident but I wouldn't say we have a problem. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 11, 2020 | 09:21 23 Neighbour truck just got stolen out his yard
    Red Dodge truck , 4 “people kind” drove in , stole truck
    Cops in pursuit
    That same red truck just seen in other neighbours yard 15 min prior

    This is getting ridiculous Already !!!!
    Something bad going to happen

    Idle hands and no desire to work .... ***in useless thieves !!!!!!

    And no they never had a ***in flat tire looking for help ffs Reply With Quote
    Sep 11, 2020 | 09:45 24 It’s the total and complete lack of respect of others , not just property but livelyhoods that is the biggest problem. It’s getting worse everyday
    Look and the b/s in the US . The problem is it’s not being dealt with at all . It’s a catch and release program .... something is going to come to a head , a soon Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 11, 2020 | 11:27 25 Quote for today: "The problems we face today are there because the people who work for a living are now outnumbered by those that vote for a living." Reply With Quote

  • Sep 15, 2020 | 17:38 26 High speed chase in Paynton area again last night , drove through my buddies canola , cops in pursuit
    They caught them heading to red pheasant, rad plugged , overheated
    4 1/2 tons stolen the past few days in Turtleford area.

    Awesome to deal with this at harvest 👎👎 Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2020 | 18:17 27 Update: after beating the neighbourhood for tips we (yes we, not the police) found the guy who stole our snowmobiles. We found his home, creeped his entire life on Facebook, news clippings, etc. We found a witness that saw him painting the trailer. Turned everything over to the RCMP and they wouldn't do anything. Made a call to a crown attorney we know and all of a sudden, action.

    Last night 6 police cars descended on him. Towing service was present to haul away sleds. He's going to jail.

    Good thing they finally acted. Vigilantes were revving up.

    Sick part is, we did all the work. Had pictures of the evidence in his yard. Witnesses. Everything. Reply With Quote

  • Sep 19, 2020 | 21:55 28 Well shit braveheart
    Theyre busy checkin for masks
    No money for them in that Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2020 | 22:18 29 Good Work Braveheart but watch you don’t get charged. Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2020 | 23:36 30
    Quote Originally Posted by Braveheart View Post
    Update: after beating the neighbourhood for tips we (yes we, not the police) found the guy who stole our snowmobiles. We found his home, creeped his entire life on Facebook, news clippings, etc. We found a witness that saw him painting the trailer. Turned everything over to the RCMP and they wouldn't do anything. Made a call to a crown attorney we know and all of a sudden, action.

    Last night 6 police cars descended on him. Towing service was present to haul away sleds. He's going to jail.

    Good thing they finally acted. Vigilantes were revving up.

    Sick part is, we did all the work. Had pictures of the evidence in his yard. Witnesses. Everything.
    Yup and chucks favourite buddy nailing farmers for untarped trucks .. 👮*♀️ Reply With Quote