Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: New Orleans
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Yeah they smoked me pretty good. It wasn't anything fancy, I spent alot of time installing all the amps, wires and bat cap so nobody could see when they looked into the cab. The only give away was the double din Eclipse radio and the speaker box/console that my 15 was in. They only took the carpet because they couldn't get the wires out without taking it out.
Besides all of the interior and stereo stuff they got my SCT Livewire, .45 Glock, iPod, radar detector, HID's, both red top Optimas, both train horns, compressor, 18v Dewalt set, bag of hand tools, chains, binders, rachet straps, floor jack, 10" drop receiver with the 3 ball thing you can swap out with a flat head and both door mirrors.
They got all of that between 1-2 hours. My friends were coming in from Florida heading west bound on I-10 and saw it on the east bound side on the shoulder. When they cut all the power leads for the amps they cut the alt wire and the air dog 2 killed their generic battery they dropped in for the ride to go take the tires off and burn it 1/4 mile from the exit that's well known for burning stolen vehicles.
I know in my heart where it was taken and stripped down. Already been on a recon mission with Glockisha in my lap and I KNOW where it went. They had a reason for getting on the elevated part of the interstate so I looked at google maps for body shops on the opposite side of the bridge south of WWII museum. Found 1 place that had a big enough bay door for my truck to fit and the "workers" that were all piled up by the door looked more like they were ready to be in a Lil Wayne video than work.
On the north side of the bridge/same side as the WWII museum there is a back way to the area they were trying to get to and if they would have taken that way from the south side of the bridge they would have had to pass the WWII museum which makes sense to me why they jumped up on the elevated part.