[Chat] [CVCBDQuad4] RE: POLICE PERSON DROPS OFF MAIL

Daniel Grayskull grayskull74 at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 21 15:20:10 EST 2009


Sorry for not updating everyone earlier.
 
I did call 311 to verify 
 
Indeed it was a legitiment Police Officer and there is currently an investigation regarding he mail thefts of the area. That is all the officer told me when he returned the next day to give my mother her copy of her statement report.
 
I was also told to inform my neighbors that if they are expecting a package and it it stated to be delivered yet you never got it, to notify the Post Office asap.
 
 
Thanks for every who offered advice and those who helped// much appreciated
 
 
 
 


 
"Logic is the cement of our civilization with which we ascend from chaos using reason as our guide." 

T'plana-hath 
 
(Matron of Vulcan Philosophy)

--- On Tue, 1/13/09, cwilsonportlight at cs.com <cwilsonportlight at cs.com> wrote:


From: cwilsonportlight at cs.com <cwilsonportlight at cs.com>
Subject: RE: [CVCBDQuad4] RE: [Chat] POLICE PERSON DROPS OFF MAIL
To: CVCBDQuad4 at yahoogroups.com, "'The Charles Village Chat List'" <chat at charlesvillage.info>, "'Charles Village Discussion List'" <discussion at charlesvillage.info>
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009, 12:43 PM






Daniel,

My suggestion is that you call the Baltimore Police and report it as soon as possible.

Pamela Wilson

"Christine Gray" <langwidge at comcast. net> wrote:

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>You're right.  That all sounds extremely suspicious.
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>Christine 
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>From: chat-bounces@ charlesvillage. info
>[mailto:chat-bounces@ charlesvillage. info] On Behalf Of Daniel Grayskull
>Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 6:46 PM
>To: chat at charlesvillage .info; CVCBDQuad4 at yahoogro ups.com; Charles Village
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>Subject: [Chat] POLICE PERSON DROPS OFF MAIL
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>Today my mother called me because a Police officer  went to our house to
>drop off an open package that was addressed to her. 
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>He asked if she knew what the contents of the box was and what should be in
>the box, and if she was expecting a delivery.
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>She only told him that hse was expecting a box from her cousin, with candy
>and come caribbien spices. He went tot he trunk of his vehicle (According to
>her the vehicle was a police car but does not remember if was a city police
>car or county or state) She says he was wearing a uniform. 
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>He asked her for her name and birth date. (I find that rather odd) 
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>He gave her the package and then left telling her that he would return at
>1pm to get a report.
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>I may be paraniod but this sets off my "Spider senses" on many levels. 1)
>why would a cop just drop off the package? 2) why did he only ask for her
>name and age?
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>I plan on staying home tomorrow to see if this "cop" returns. 
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>Any ideas? Suggestions? Theories? 
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>I would appreciate any and all input
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>"Logic is the cement of our civilization with which we ascend from chaos
>using reason as our guide." 
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>T'plana-hath 
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>(Matron of Vulcan Philosophy)
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