R&R Burger & Grill: Fill 'er up in more ways than one at this Santa Cruz gas station eatery

Cookie Miller, Moe Frank and Neta Cobb man the counter a Rod Ros Burger Grill inside a Water Street gas station. Full Story
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SCman

Milpitas, CA

#1 Jul 2, 2008
GOT METH!!!!what scum,came out from under the bridge to steal and got caught..........
Joser

Napa, CA

#2 Jul 2, 2008
the economy sure is affecting everyone! or is it the drugs?
jeffreynewell

Portland, ME

#3 Jul 2, 2008
Gee I am glad that I didn't make those comments I would be a piriah, it sucks to have your house burnt down, having been there I know. But you know these guys could have maybe gone to the owners and suggested that they would be willing to haul some of the scrap out of there. This would have reduced the homeowners cost when it is time to rebuild.

I only suggest this because I know what I went through when I had to clean up the mess that the fire left behind. I am NOT condoning the actions of these men, I am just saying that they could have acted intellegently and ended up with the same result

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#4 Jul 2, 2008
should get 10 years minimum..what lowlifes..
jeffreynewell

Portland, ME

#8 Jul 2, 2008
Joser wrote:
the economy sure is affecting everyone! or is it the drugs?
Both
Yeo

San Jose, CA

#9 Jul 2, 2008
Everyone is so opinionated its ridiculous. Quick to judge, quick to think they know whats going on. What good are these blogs? Is it to bring all the morons out?
Thats Me

Omaha, NE

#10 Jul 2, 2008
Yeo wrote:
Everyone is so opinionated its ridiculous. Quick to judge, quick to think they know whats going on. What good are these blogs? Is it to bring all the morons out?
Yeah. Hey, I'm bored at work, not necessarily a moron.
jeffreynewell

Portland, ME

#11 Jul 2, 2008
Thats Me wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah. Hey, I'm bored at work, not necessarily a moron.
join the club. Great getting paid to be called names better the office politics
the dog

San Jose, CA

#12 Jul 2, 2008
If these two are as guilty as it looks, can you imagine, what is it that they wouldn't do, what is it that they wouldn't steal, and who would they not steal from. Like there Mother when she wasn't looking, their best friends Mother, steal from there girlfriend while she was sleeping, steal from a child,????? How scummy can a human get. It always amazes me.

I think these people should be exterminated like a bug.
Spray them with something and make the world a better place.
jesse stoffel

Modesto, CA

#13 Jul 2, 2008
whats the big deal the houses were already destroyed,i think they should be let go,big wow they were trying to make money,they didnt hurt anyone.
good but

San Francisco, CA

#14 Jul 2, 2008
jesse stoffel wrote:
whats the big deal the houses were already destroyed,i think they should be let go,big wow they were trying to make money,they didnt hurt anyone.
Hello,it's called private property, it's called stealing, DUH!!! So if a guy has an old rusted car sitting on his property it's ok to take it right? Even thou the rusted old car might be a classic car worth lots of $$$$$ Your not to smart are you!!!!
good but

San Francisco, CA

#15 Jul 2, 2008
jesse stoffel wrote:
whats the big deal the houses were already destroyed,i think they should be let go,big wow they were trying to make money,they didnt hurt anyone.
Your right the house was destroyed but it's still somebody's house, not free for the taking!! Are you that stupid to think it's ok to take somebody's property??

“Clock Strikes Twelve”

Since: Mar 08

SANTA CRUZ

#16 Jul 2, 2008
SCman wrote:
GOT METH!!!!what scum,came out from under the bridge to steal and got caught..........
Crackery white men sure do love the meth!
But on the other hand, why is it illegal to steal garbage? I don't mean any disrespect to the victims by any means. I understand the looting in an emergency bit. But like how the whole garbage can looting is illegal too. Why? If you throw something out, its clearly useless to you, so why is it illegal if someone wants to sift through your crap for some goodies?

“Clock Strikes Twelve”

Since: Mar 08

SANTA CRUZ

#17 Jul 2, 2008
good but wrote:
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Your right the house was destroyed but it's still somebody's house, not free for the taking!! Are you that stupid to think it's ok to take somebody's property??
I know what you're saying. I guess what I am asking in above comment is irrelevant to this story. I am asking why its illegal to scavenge for items people willingly discard. Not peoples' private property like in a fire, or an old rusted car. These are items people did not willingly discard, and obviously taking them should be illegal.
Samantha

Santa Cruz, CA

#18 Jul 2, 2008
I am amazed that after these people have lost there homes and belongings that someone would go in to the burnt rubble and steal what is left of theirs. That is just disgusting and the fact that there bail is only $5,000.00 big deal they are probably already back there looting again. If only the punishment fit the crime criminals would reconsider doing the crime in the first place
Think About It Please

San Bruno, CA

#19 Jul 2, 2008
jesse stoffel wrote:
whats the big deal the houses were already destroyed,i think they should be let go,big wow they were trying to make money,they didnt hurt anyone.
Basic proprieties aside, burned properties need to be left as-is until insurance adjusters are finished with settling on the losses. Someone might need to go in and get more photos of the ruins, something might need to sold to a salvage company. It's a horrible, complicated process that a homeowner goes through when a home burns. I've had friends go through it. To have thieves go in and tear through the remains of your ruined life is just what a well-known author called a blow upon a bruise. Don't be flip about this one, folks.
mateo

Redwood City, CA

#20 Jul 2, 2008
Times are getting tougher for most. Crimes of opportunity, theft, muggings, these are all going to happen more often, likely everywhere. Guard your shit! Protect yourself!
And I'd like to take this moment to thank the powers that be that have helped us accelerate our journey toward separation, chaos, anarchy,and the apocalypse.
Dick Cheney and his puppet lil'George, neo-cons, christian fundamentalists, American sheep,(followers that don't think for themselves. Why? Bill Orielly from fox creates your opinion)
Exxon, Haliburton, Black Water, Enron, Congress, Republicans, the auto industry,/oil industry (are they separate?) the federal reserve (who are they? why do they charge U.S interest on $$ they make for U.S.) predatory lenders, evil millionaires that want everything, TV, mass media, Saudi Arabia, Isreal, the USA, Osama, racists, war mongers, Rupert Murdoch, but mostly the current administration.

Well politicians got lipstick on the collar
the whole media started to holler
but I don’t give a fuck who they screwin’ in private
I wanna know who they screwin’ in public
robbin’, cheatin’, stealin’
white collar criminal
McDonald eatin, you deserve a beatin’
send you home a weepin’, with a fat bill for your Caribbean weekend
jeffreynewell

Portland, ME

#21 Jul 2, 2008
There are very many good points and the one about looting garbage is a good question. The law states, when it comes to the expectation of privacy ie: law enforcement search, that once the owner puts the garbage on the street for pick up they relinquish their expectation of privacy and the garbage can be searched without a warrent. If this is the case how can the same person ask for a person who looks through thier garbage to be arrested. Here is the answer I got from the Santa Cruz police many years ago. This specifically adressing dumpsters like at a Safeway. The garbage, while it is released from the possesion of the owner, Safeway, it is placed in a container that is owned by another party, the garbage collection company and that is private property,and that company has the right to expect thier property not to be tampered with including what ever is in the container. How this translates to private garbage cans I don't konw. As far as these guys go they could have contacted home owners and made arraingments to cart off some of the damaged property and legally done the same thing that they did illegally. Having lived through a house fire when you are attempting to rebuild this type of thing becomes a service. You do eventually have to pay to have the debris hauled off
Ready to Confess

United States

#22 Jul 2, 2008
jesse stoffel wrote:
whats the big deal the houses were already destroyed,i think they should be let go,big wow they were trying to make money,they didnt hurt anyone.
Sounds like you might be one of these people
jesse stoffel

United States

#23 Jul 2, 2008
wait a minute,everyone is calling me stupid and saying its stealing but you know what?its scrap metal,who cares about that?now property is differant,and whoever said what if there was a rusted car is it ok to take it?my response to that is if the thing is so beat up and destroyed that no one could possibly care about it then so what if someone wanted a stereo wire out of it or a mirror or whatever,i mean come on.

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