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UER Forum > Rookie Forum > Times caught by the police as a rookie UE (Viewed 61641 times)
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Re: Times caught by the police as a rookie UE
< Reply # 20 on 3/24/2011 6:59 PM >
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One thing that helps me, I got a spotless record. Cops run my info and usually just tell me not to be there or, even better, becareful, that place looks unstable. Here in the south I worry more about the owner than the police. I usually target places with out of town or corporation owners. Plus being 31 and handin the cop a CDL licence doesn't hurt.


yeah here in Texas cops are the least of worries lol

going into a building filled with ms13 members is a little worse...
going into a building which has hillbilly shotgun wielding man eating dogs neighbors sucks too.

plus going into a house and o look. rapid raccoons! how cute, o and venomous snakes! yes!! o waits this? yellow jacket nests everywhere! WOOOO!!!

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< Reply # 21 on 3/24/2011 9:11 PM >
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yeah here in Texas cops are the least of worries lol

going into a building filled with ms13 members is a little worse...
going into a building which has hillbilly shotgun wielding man eating dogs neighbors sucks too.

plus going into a house and o look. rapid raccoons! how cute, o and venomous snakes! yes!! o waits this? yellow jacket nests everywhere! WOOOO!!!

=]


lol wow, alright i would much rather take a pissed off cop than ms13 gang bangers AND snakes and yellow jackets




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< Reply # 22 on 3/24/2011 9:41 PM >
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Bees. Fucking bees. I hate fucking Bees. I detest bees. Whats better, is walkin the back way to a score, steppin on a bees nest, runnin OUT OF YOUR FUCKING SHOES, tripping, fallin, getting stung on your face AND FUCKING BARE FEET CAUSE ONE FOUND A WAY INTO YOUR GODDAMN SOCK! I mean really? You stung my fuckin foot. And you can't get back at a bee. Its a fucking bee. What can you do to a bee. Nothing, thats what you can do. Not a GODDAMN FUCKING THING. So, now, you don't want to explore. You are a solid mile of woods and rocks and gravel road from your car. You can't find your shoes because the fuckin shoe fairy of the wood must have gotten them, and it wouldn't fit your left foot anymore since its swollen up. So you walk. Barefoot. With one throbbing. With your lip swollen due to a sting, along with the 10 other stings you have. All the way back to your car. A cop is the least of your worries and at that point, you will just knock the shit out of him anyway because maybe, just maybe, he will pull out the gun and put you out of your misery.


So yeah, fuck bees.




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< Reply # 23 on 3/24/2011 9:46 PM >
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Bees. Fucking bees. I hate fucking Bees. I detest bees. Whats better, is walkin the back way to a score, steppin on a bees nest, runnin OUT OF YOUR FUCKING SHOES, tripping, fallin, getting stung on your face AND FUCKING BARE FEET CAUSE ONE FOUND A WAY INTO YOUR GODDAMN SOCK! I mean really? You stung my fuckin foot. And you can't get back at a bee. Its a fucking bee. What can you do to a bee. Nothing, thats what you can do. Not a GODDAMN FUCKING THING. So, now, you don't want to explore. You are a solid mile of woods and rocks and gravel road from your car. You can't find your shoes because the fuckin shoe fairy of the wood must have gotten them, and it wouldn't fit your left foot anymore since its swollen up. So you walk. Barefoot. With one throbbing. With your lip swollen due to a sting, along with the 10 other stings you have. All the way back to your car. A cop is the least of your worries and at that point, you will just knock the shit out of him anyway because maybe, just maybe, he will pull out the gun and put you out of your misery.


So yeah, fuck bees.


...damn, lol, there is nothing to say after that, just wow.





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< Reply # 24 on 3/25/2011 12:31 AM >
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Pro's don't give a fuck about simple trespass.


Amen.

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going into a building filled with ms13 members is a little worse...


AMEN. The closer you get to the border or the deeper into a trailer park you get the scarier it gets.




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< Reply # 25 on 3/25/2011 1:51 AM >
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Another vote for, way more scared of a redneck strung out on meth with a shotgun than a cop. Been exploring two years and run off by a couple property owners but no police. HOWEVER, today I pulled into the yard of an abandoned house to shoot a quick teaser pic with my phone (camera is out for repairs right now) and a cop drove past, slammed on his brakes, and sat there watching me. I got back in my hugely conspicuous purple stickered-up van and drove casually in the other direction. He didn't follow.




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Jeepdave that made me laugh so much I have never had a problem with bee's. I actually think that their cute little furry bodies are, well... cute

I have never been caught, chased off or anything like that. I have had a police car drive right by me as I was taking photo's of an abandoned house and they didn't even bother to slow down.




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lol wow, alright i would much rather take a pissed off cop than ms13 gang bangers AND snakes and yellow jackets


I live in GA now but when I was in NC sploring, ms13 and sr13 was a huge problem. They got ran out of one city and moved into my old town. You had to recon a location before going in to make sure it was "safe"




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I'm glad I live in a place so rural, it makes people from the city nervous.

There's a lot of old farmers who don't see anything, don't hear anything. If people came around making trouble at the wrong property here the cops would be lucky if they got a call to come pickup the body. There's a lot of fields, woods, and scavengers, it'd be real easy to disappear.




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I'm glad I live in a place so rural, it makes people from the city nervous.

There's a lot of old farmers who don't see anything, don't hear anything. If people came around making trouble at the wrong property here the cops would be lucky if they got a call to come pickup the body. There's a lot of fields, woods, and scavengers, it'd be real easy to disappear.


in some ways i can see how thats better, but i think i would prefer to take the hit for a trespassing charge instead of a 12 gauge -.-




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in some ways i can see how thats better, but i think i would prefer to take the hit for a trespassing charge instead of a 12 gauge -.-


You have to be one with the redneck, and since I am a redneck, its pretty easy really. You just have to make sure to not be a tool.




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You have to be one with the redneck, and since I am a redneck, its pretty easy really. You just have to make sure to not be a tool.


well i might fit in, i work on a horse farm part time, maybe i might be luckier than i thought in talking to them




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I think rookies have it a little worse, since they get so nervous. The one time I was confronted by cops (3 cars worth) we played it cool, said we were hiking, and they let us go with a caution since we weren't on private property when they showed up. There's no way I could have been that chill while omitting key facts to cops when I first started.




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Best advice I can give rooks is that its not a lie if you believe it. And cops can tell if you bullshittin.

Act like you belong, have confidence in your body language and your speak. Cops deal much better with the least amount of bs.

Again, your results are very determined like real estate, location, location, location.

Cops in the rural south are a lot better to deal with than cops from the urban north I'm sure.




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You have to be one with the redneck, and since I am a redneck, its pretty easy really. You just have to make sure to not be a tool.


They don't bother you if you leave them alone. Xenophobia is pretty crazy out here, they usually won't say anything to your face, but hell, my whole family has driven Japanese cars and trucks since '92 ... we get shitlooks from guys in fords and chevys (mostly fords out this way).

I'm starting to become comfortable almost everywhere, I think it's funny how easily people spook when placed into new environments.

There's this one road (like many other roads in town) but what makes it different is it's got one of the original farms and farmlands (talking 1600's here), the road is paved, and it's lined with old growth trees (some of these trees were here before Columbus). It's fun to take friends from the city down just after sunset, with an early rise fullmoon, especially in the falltime.

Thing is, it's only a mile or two outside of an urban milltown, then you get into neighborhoods, condos, then a golf course, then neighborhoods and suddenly you are in a place that looks straight out of Sleepy Hollow.

It's a great cruise to freak people from out of town right the fuck out...




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Got caught by a cop as I pulled into a place. He ran my plates and my license but that was it.

Got caught by security two weeks ago. He just said no photographs.




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Never had a problem with cops before. One time I was walking to my POE when a cop rolled up and slowed past me, so I walked past like I was still walking somewhere...he turned a corner and I turned around...and found a pretty good drain!

I get hella paranoid but when the cops actually catch you for something you just kind of go "hell, this shit is happening now, better deal with it" <---arrested on unrelated charge





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I'm glad I live in a place so rural, it makes people from the city nervous.

There's a lot of old farmers who don't see anything, don't hear anything. If people came around making trouble at the wrong property here the cops would be lucky if they got a call to come pickup the body. There's a lot of fields, woods, and scavengers, it'd be real easy to disappear.


That can be a double-edged sword. On one hand maybe nobody gives a fuck if you mess around some derelict old farmhouse. On the other hand you are so hugely obvious just by being there that somebody thinks you MUST be up to something. Us country folk are notorious for being all-fired nosy. I live in a small town that is chock full of neat boarded-up places, and just pulling over to the side of the road with my camera has had everyone on the street come out of their houses to stand on the sidewalk and stare at me like I just landed in an alien spaceship. No joke.

People are a little bit crazy out here in the mountains, hence why I am more afraid of them than I am of the Barney Fife cops around here. I figure, I am not doing anything wrong, why worry about police. The worst that could happen is I'd be told to leave. I have yet to enter a place that's posted with a sign so I feel pretty confident that's all that would go down if on the off chance a cop did stop me.

I need to get my bike fixed up and start riding it to abandonments. Much easier to conceal than my very conspicuous van that screams "hippies smoking drugs and having depraved orgies in this abandoned house!"





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Got caught by a cop as I pulled into a place. He ran my plates and my license but that was it.

Got caught by security two weeks ago. He just said no photographs.


so where are the pics?




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I've never been directly accosted by police. But just last week, I was taking pictures under a bridge (film, or I'd post them here) and I went to go back to my bike and there's a policeman there examining it. Now, to get where I was I walked through 3 shiny "NO TRESPASSING" signs. I backed off and went back down to the shore to take more pictures (photography student excuse). A minute later, I peeked back up there and he was gone, but he made sure to push over my bike. Broke one of the handbrakes, too. I guess he's saying that if he ever sees the same bike there again, he'll search. I'll hide it better next time ;)
But thats the closest I've come to being confronted.




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