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#1 Nov 17, 2013
I heard there is some Muslim guy in Dallas saying his semi broke down at the old AAA restaraunt and someone stole it from there.
If you believe that story, I have some land to sell you.
#2 Dec 17, 2013
Seriously, a fellow from the Dallas area claims his semi broke down in July and he parked it at the AAA restaurant. When he went back in early August, it was gone. He is presenting a $26,000 claim for the theft of the truck to my client.
Anybody see it or anybody went by that location so often without seeing it, they would tell that to the cops or me?
#3 Jan 11, 2014
Soooo, it broke down, he left it for a month, at an abandoned building and he thinks someone came in the middle of the night, FIXED the semi with no prior knowledge of why it broke down, and ran off with it .
Where/ how do you hide a stolen semi?
Don't those things have trackers built in?
Who leaves a semi laying around unsicured ?... for a month... wtf were you doing for a month
Sounds like a despret attempt at insurance fraud ...
#4 Jan 13, 2014
The system that transmits the location was disconnected. I wish I knew the owner of AAA.....I bet he drives by his property that is for sale on a frequent basis.
Wonder why insurance costs so much?
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