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Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences

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dr sportster

04-03-2013 14:15:56
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Go to where they are parking the truck and leave notice of your knowledge of the trespassing. An old ATV trick is to go out at 4 am and by 11 am if you get caught loading the ATVs you pretend you are just getting there unloading and did not know it was prohibited, meanwhile you have been riding five hours. You might have to wake up early to find where they are parking.Then call the police from your cell and say these are the guys trespassing on my land.

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Billy NY

04-03-2013 17:15:29
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 Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences in reply to dr sportster, 04-03-2013 14:15:56  
In this case, their origins vary, I have encountered one group that actually asked permission that trailered the atv's. I think here, its people who live in proximity of each other, gathering up somewhere, then running the line, and theres at least 10 miles south of us but they have to cross a state road and run on it 1/4 mile, north is more than 20 miles of lines and I that last group came from about 15 miles away. If the police were notified at the right time and theres a barracks right down the road, sheriff would have to re-direct someone on patrol, you could easily catch them at one of the several road crossings, just have to have some intel as to when the passed and the direction of them. What ticks me off is they allegedly sent up an aviation unit for a drive off gas theft here, hovering up and over our houses, yet if they wanted to nail a large group like what I had, nope not going to do it. They scan the lines for marijuana every year, but just once I'd like to see a group of these people caught, again it is illegal correct ? LOL !

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dr sportster

04-03-2013 18:16:17
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 Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences in reply to Billy NY, 04-03-2013 17:15:29  
Vandalism and stupid behavior is why you can't ride motorcycles in the desert out west anymore. I hope you find a way to fix this problem.



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