Suspect Tries to Pawn Stolen Goods; Do You Recognize him?

19691231160000[6]_4542-cropped-boosted shadowsThis is a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:

On 07-20-2016 at 9:40 a.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by a victim, who lives in the 1800 block of Timmons Lane, Fieldbrook. 19691231160000[4]_8496-croppedThe victim reported that sometime between 07/19/2016 and 07/20/2016 unknown suspects stole several items from inside of storage sheds located on his property.

Items stolen were described by the victim as; antique bear trap, redwood slabs, air compressor, pressure washer, antique saddle with a gold plate on rear of saddle with “George Minor” engraving, several horse hair bridles, sterling silver horse bits and another saddle with barbed wire design.

Deputies learned through their investigation that a male suspect attempted to sell several of these item on 07/21/2016 at a local pawn shop. Deputies obtained video surveillance footage of the suspect inside of the pawn shop. The suspect is described as a white male adult, approximately 5’-10” to 6’ in height, slim build. The suspect’s vehicle was described as silver, Honda Ridgeline, pickup truck.

Anyone with information for the Sheriff’s Office regarding this case or related criminal activity is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriff’s Office Crime Tip line at 707-268-2539.19691231160000[2]_9411-cropped-boosted shadows

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13 comments

  • Wow, lucky guy, how’d you get the sheriff’s to actually investigate????
    They didn’t even ask my address when I reported break ins at my house. Said they lost my report of stolen items with serial numbers. Friends had the tools used to break in their house and sheriff’s wouldn’t even take it to fingerprint.
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, tho I don’t bother reporting anything anymore. Hell dazeys got broken into at 5am and they had no one available. How do they get to choose what they investigate?

    • If it’s easy it’ll get done. And if it isn’t done in a week don’t expect any more effort unless the guy falls in their lap.

      Much of this info comes from retired cops from MD; to work back on a case such as a rape or home invasion where there is no immediate or known suspect requires knowledge… of DNA, background checks, crime scene investigation, competently filling out paperwork/warrants..etc.

      To make a drug possession arrest requires one to shove their hands in ones pocket.
      At the end of the day the drug cop has 1 arrest, the rape case might take a month.
      At the end of the year the drug cop shows 365 arrests, the cop working on the homicide, the 3 year old rape case gone cold, the invasion and burglary of the old folks home requires work.
      Cops are more drug warriors than criminal investigators. It’s astounding how many rape cases stay open or charges dropped.

      It’s no wonder a job that was once seen as adventurous and commendable (the old west sheriff) are now nothing more than bullies and county pension fundraisers.

  • It’s a easy case for the cops to pursue

  • Dyerville Loop is Not Alderpoint

    Tattoo of a seagull shitting on his left leg, god i hate thieves.

  • Do not recognize individual, but I recognize the official douche outfit. Sad.
    Hope this slimer is caught soon.

    • Ha ha, the OFFICIAL douche outfit consists of black plaid shorts, at least 1 piece of “Tap Out” clothing, and a long lanyard hanging from his pocket. I think the lanyard is way of saying “yeah I got keys to stuff, I’m a big deal”.

  • First off I know this guy and he personally did not have possession of any items and second he did not try and sell anything get it rite he simply went inside and asked if the owner of the shop would step outside and look at some of the property his friend had in his pickup truck and if you looked into it closer you would find out that the real thief actually sold an item at Humboldt bay trade and pawn a chemical sprayer

    • Wow, that’s so much better! He should get busted just the same. He is actively participating in the selling of stolen items. He is just as guilty. I bet his friend was going to give him a cut or at least some of the drugs they were going to buy. This would make this man d-bag as well.

      • [edit] maybe you should look into this guy’s life and c what he has had to deal with

        • First, past history does not excuse poor behavior. We are adults, are we not? And we should be taking responsibility for our actions, should we not? I myself have quite a shitty background, as does most of this God forsaken county, but that does not excuse any single one of us for our actions. If this guy is innocent of wrong doing, then he should communicate that with the police and identify who was in actual possession of the stolen property. Also, if there was stolen property pawned at a different shop that the police are unaware of (but you are?) then you too should be contacting police and helping to make this wrong, right. Making excuses for someone involved, whether directly or indirectly, is childish and obvious enabling behavior. You are just as guilty by association as this guy is.

  • And he has no vehicle just a beat up bike this truck your talking about belongs to some d bag from eureka

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