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    Remember please direct me the right way in the sheriff's don't even help you report it stolen

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    The State Police.
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    The person that stole the guns got arrested in Lebanon County and I don't know if the gun was involved with anything so just called to say please

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    Lol. I didn't even get to use the shotgun cuz I was in an accident so here it sat after all these years..

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    The sheriff's office isn't going to help as that's isn't what they do. Your best bet would be to contact the department that arrested the thief.

    Go here: https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/MDJ.aspx

    Change the Search Type to Participant and enter the thief's first and last name in the correct boxes. Change the County to Lebanon and the Docket type to Criminal. Hit Search and find the case there. Click on the link on the left for Docket and that will tell you the department and the arresting officer.
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    Full sentences help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosco the Iroc View Post
    Full sentences help.
    Order word mean please
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosco the Iroc View Post
    Full sentences help.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Order word mean please
    Don't. This is someone that's asking for help, not derision.
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    it sounds like a gun was stolen and the person knew who stole it. at some time it was reported to the sheriff who did nothing as it doesn't fall under what sheriffs do.
    the person wants the gun back and the thief is in jail for -something-

    what is unclear is if the thief was arrested for the theft of the gun or some other crime and whether the gun was seized by LEO or is sitting in the thief's home or has been pawned for cash or traded for black tar.
    also unclear is how long it has been since the gun was stolen.

    it does need reported to state police. it would help to find out if it is in their custody or in the thief home or elsewhere.
    Last edited by fallenleader; October 21st, 2019 at 02:50 PM. Reason: wordz
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    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    it sounds like a gun was stolen and the person knew who stole it. at some time it was reported to the sheriff who did nothing as it doesn't fall under what sheriffs do.
    the person wants the gun back and the thief is in jail for -something-

    what is unclear is if the thief was arrested for the theft of the gun or some other crime and whether the gun was seized by LEO or is sitting in the thief's home or has been pawned for cash or traded for black tar.
    also unclear is how long it has been since the gun was stolen.

    it does need reported to state police. it would help to find out if it is in their custody or in the thief home or elsewhere.
    Why wouldn’t Leo be interested in stolen guns? Sheriff needs to lose the next election. Call gunlawyer and see if he can light a fire under someone’s butt. Sorry to op but I couldn’t get all this from my reading.
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