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Huntington police departments unsolved mysteries

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6itch named karma

United States

#1 Nov 22, 2011
Why cant the cops solve violent crimes aroun this place...are they scared or maybe they dont care cause they live in ohio, westmoreland, milton or out wayne. They should make have some brains before swearing in.

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#2 Nov 22, 2011
6itch named karma wrote:
Why cant the cops solve violent crimes aroun this place...are they scared or maybe they dont care cause they live in ohio, westmoreland, milton or out wayne. They should make have some brains before swearing in.
sounds cool bro
Ashley Myers

Addison, NY

#3 Nov 22, 2011
We haven't lived around here for very long so a lot of the cases people refer to I don't know much about but I know some of the crimes boil down to not enough evidence without testimonies and people won't testify or even be honest during interviews because they fear for their own life due to the fact that so many of the violent crimes are drug related...sad but true

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Since: Nov 11

Princeton, WV

#4 Nov 23, 2011
Ashley Myers wrote:
We haven't lived around here for very long so a lot of the cases people refer to I don't know much about but I know some of the crimes boil down to not enough evidence without testimonies and people won't testify or even be honest during interviews because they fear for their own life due to the fact that so many of the violent crimes are drug related...sad but true
Try lazy!
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#5 Nov 23, 2011
Ashley Myers wrote:
We haven't lived around here for very long so a lot of the cases people refer to I don't know much about but I know some of the crimes boil down to not enough evidence without testimonies and people won't testify or even be honest during interviews because they fear for their own life due to the fact that so many of the violent crimes are drug related...sad but true
Yep, all too often, for whatever reason, people won't cooperate with police investigations.
maybe

Boynton Beach, FL

#6 Nov 23, 2011
Maybe it's the fact that law enforcement looks to prosecute anyone of you did it or not. Just so they can point there finger at someone evidence or not.
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#7 Nov 23, 2011
maybe wrote:
Maybe it's the fact that law enforcement looks to prosecute anyone of you did it or not. Just so they can point there finger at someone evidence or not.
Fact eh? Somehow I doubt the veracity of your claim. If this is the case, however, why are these crimes unsolved/untried? If they will pin it on anyone just to make an arrest, you would think they would be, you know, making these arrests.
maybe

Boynton Beach, FL

#8 Nov 23, 2011
YFNA wrote:
<quoted text>Fact eh? Somehow I doubt the veracity of your claim. If this is the case, however, why are these crimes unsolved/untried? If they will pin it on anyone just to make an arrest, you would think they would be, you know, making these arrests.
it happens everyday in the US !!
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#9 Nov 23, 2011
maybe wrote:
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it happens everyday in the US !!
We are speaking of Huntington, are we not?
maybe

Boynton Beach, FL

#10 Nov 23, 2011
YFNA wrote:
<quoted text>We are speaking of Huntington, are we not?
if you think it don't happen here your crazy !!
slingblade

United States

#11 Nov 23, 2011
I love them donuts...mmhhmm
Teacher

Manakin Sabot, VA

#12 Nov 23, 2011
maybe wrote:
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if you think it don't happen here your crazy !!
If you think "don't" or "your" is used properly here, you're illiterate.
Ashley Myers

Addison, NY

#13 Nov 23, 2011
Flame2 wrote:
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Try lazy!
If you're referring to the people that won't testify as being lazy, I don't think that is it. I think they really fear for their life or sadly they also fear that they won't have access to drugs if they rat out their dealer or someone else involved in drugs....either way it's sad they won't do the right thing. If you're referring to the cops being lazy, I don't think that's it either. People seem to forget that cops are people too and they live right here in the same community so they want the scum off the streets as badly as everyone else. Do you think they want murders and robbers and drug dealers wondering around with the ability to break in to their house, murder their family, and deal drugs to their kids....you are crazy if you think they don't want to make these arrests! Unfortunately, knowing someone is guilty and being able to find enough admissible evidence to prove it are two different things. A lot of these violent crimes are committed by drive bys or in places where collecting evidence is very difficult because of the conditions of the location. They want to arrest these criminals but they can't make evidence appear out of thin air to make it happen.....and no they don't just arrest anyone they want like someone said. If they did that there wouldn't be any unsolved crimes to talk about.....not saying innocent people have never been arrested but it happens very few times compared to the number of times the actual criminal is arrested.
6itch named karma

United States

#14 Nov 23, 2011
I think you are blinded by something. First off most of the police live in surrounding areas. Second I dont even know a myers never heard of him. Third the police get evidence in crimes they just F that up too...ex leah hickman. Maybe just maybe they miss something. Plus there is never any follow up. Some crazy junk happened to me I was just assualted...no followup, no fingerprints, so yea I do think the police are lazy. I mainly started this forum cause some stuff we tge public never get an answer on. The bar shooting, the shooting on artisan earlier this year, sean scott, the quadruples, leah hickman. Do they give up.
Ashley Myers

Addison, NY

#15 Nov 23, 2011
I don't have the answer to all of them...I just know they do try to solve any crime they can but one thing that makes it difficult is they are working extremely undermanned and the crime in this city is extremely high. There are a lot of crimes that take place that the public never even hears about and it's just pretty much impossible without enough officers to spend the amount of time they need to on any of the cases. Very sad but very true....and when did i say my husbands last name was myers also? Some women keep their maiden name, FYI.
wrong

South Hill, VA

#16 Nov 23, 2011
They solved the one about the... Wait.. no try didn't .... But they did solve the one about the..... Darn not that one either..... Wait I remember...... They solve all the expired inspection stickers and some of the running red light crimes. There ya go I knew they did something.....

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Since: Oct 11

Hampton, VA

#17 Nov 23, 2011
I wonder what percentage of their time is spent answering domestic disputes. Funny how some broken dishes and a ripped ac/dc t-shirt could occupy 2 hrs or more of their valuable time. And they rarely have to come out just once to the same house.I could see where they don't have time to do much.
anti

Saint Albans, WV

#18 Mar 10, 2012
Maybe its because they spend their time following people because they think they might be suspicious. I was listening to the scanner from Thursday i think....and the police started following a maroon charger with tint on the windows. I think they thought the two men inside were black, but anyways i listened to the whole call. The undercover in the reddish jeep looking thing started following the car and asked someone to meet him on route 60. He said that they might be suspected of drugs...not that he seen anything. Anyhow, he told the cop to follow him and wait for them to commit a violation. THEY NEVER COMMITED A VIOLATION. So he basically told them to pull the car over and he would give them a violation just so they could search the car. For no reason. And they did.....not only did they have the dipsh!t undercover but they brought two other officers and a k-nine. Look at all this wasted time on nothing. They should of been off trying to solve some real crime instead of trying to make the crap up. Same thing happened to me I got pulled over for having a black person in my car and the cop said the reason for pulling me over was.....i had a feeling if i wouldnt have been there you would of ran the stop sign. Ignorant excuse ignorant cop.
whatever

United States

#19 Mar 10, 2012
There is a difference between Detectives and Patrolmen. Don't you all understand that.
whatever

United States

#20 Mar 10, 2012
6itch named karma wrote:
Why cant the cops solve violent crimes aroun this place...are they scared or maybe they dont care cause they live in ohio, westmoreland, milton or out wayne. They should make have some brains before swearing in.
What difference does it make where they live. If the city could hire qualified officers from the city they would. By the way I believe Westmoreland is part of the city. The reason most of the crimes are not solved is because to many wimps don't want to get involved. Stand up and say something or you might be the next unsolved crime in the city.

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