Tazewell Sheriff's Office considers a...

Tazewell Sheriff's Office considers auction of unclaimed property

There are 9 comments on the Bluefield Daily Telegraph story from Nov 14, 2012, titled Tazewell Sheriff's Office considers auction of unclaimed property. In it, Bluefield Daily Telegraph reports that:

TAZEWELL, Va. - Auctioning off old evidence may help Tazewell County recoup revenue lost by the tightening of state and federal budgets.

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callmewhatuwant

United States

#1 Nov 17, 2012
Shouldnt it be returned to its owners. How is old evidence considered "unclaimed" property?
callmewhatuwant

Middlesex, NC

#2 Nov 17, 2012
callmewhatuwant wrote:
Shouldnt it be returned to its owners. How is old evidence considered "unclaimed" property?
i mean in order for it to be used as evidence or kept as evidence youd have to know who it belongs to.
hmmm

Tazewell, VA

#3 Nov 18, 2012
Isnt that what one former sheriff and deputies were indicted?
james

United States

#4 Sep 18, 2013
Law the law or criminals wearing a bage
wronged by the law

Tazewell, VA

#5 Sep 18, 2013
james wrote:
Law the law or criminals wearing a bage
you got that right sad but oh so true :(
hmmmm

Tazewell, VA

#6 Sep 18, 2013
the people in this town let the cops bully them way to much most of them are just little boys who never learned how to be men and they think being a "cop" makes them a man
JOKE

Richlands, VA

#7 Sep 18, 2013
The whole system is a JOKE!!! It took several weeks to "find" a gun that was released to family members after charges were dropped.... hummmm ...probably in some ones locker...go figure!
sowhat

Tazewell, VA

#8 Sep 19, 2013
It say "unclaimed" property which means they can't find the rightful owners or they've given them plenty of time to retrieve their property which they did not do. I see nothing wrong with auctioning those items. There are far more important things to whine about. I am by no means the biggest fan of law enforcement but if they are trying to get rid of "evidence" then I'm sure someone has already been convicted of the crime associated with that item or it has no importance in the case anyhow.
YEAH RIGHT

North Tazewell, VA

#9 Sep 25, 2013
I bet i go and see stuff there that was suppose to be destroyed because it was caught up in a investigations that i was not a part of.JUST IN WRONG PLACE AT WRONG TIME THAT'S ALL AND THROW A FELONY IN TO THE MIX THAT I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH NOR NEW ABOUT BUT IN Tazewell the laws the law.

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