WHO'S BANGING ON MY DOOR AT 6 IN THE MORNING!!!


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WHO'S BANGING ON MY DOOR AT 6 IN THE MORNING!!!

Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 6:06 am



so, there i was sound asleep when all of a sudden, i was awoken to someone banging LOUDLY on my front door at 6 am this morning. well, i woke up, stumbled to the front door thinking it was my neighbor knocking to ask me for a cigarette or some coffee, only to find a city policeman standing there. i greeted him and right away he asked me if i owned a black motorcycle which i told him yes i do. he proceeded to tell me that my bike was found laying in the middle of the road 3 houses down from where i live.

it seems that someone,(a pair of juveniles) broke into my garage earlier this morning and tried to steal my black wing, fortunately one of my neighbors from across the street that knows me and my bike caught them pushing it down the road. when he, (my neighbor) confronted them, the 2 kids dropped the bike in the middle of the road and ran off, one of whom lost a sneaker while trying to get away. well, when they dropped the bike, it fell all the way over onto its left side breaking the left side mirror and bending the crash bar floorboard upward. we finally got the bike back upright and i tried to start it. it took some time as all the fuel was over loading the carbs, but it eventually started up and i rode it back into my garage. now i have to fix my garage door and replace my left mirror.

NOW can i have my morning coffee and wake up some more?

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Postby dingdong » Thu Aug 18, 2016 6:56 am

What a way to be woken up. I would bet the rats are neighborhood delinquents since they knew you had a bike in your garage.
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 7:22 am

hey ding, yeah, im sure of that also especially since the police officer foot prints that were found coming from the street behind our house right up to our garage. what im surprised about is they didn't try to start the bike since the key was in the ignition.

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Postby minimac » Thu Aug 18, 2016 9:04 am

roadwanderer2 wrote:..... what im surprised about is they didn't try to start the bike since the key was in the ignition.
stuart.


No one will accuse them of being smart! Your home owners ins. should cover the repair to the garage and bike, and anything else missing. Isn't your very expensive tool set missing also? (just kidding) You must be a sound sleeper.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 9:46 am

hey mini, my garage is about 20 yards away from the house, and i have a high deductible on my home owners insurance, im not sure if i can do that to make up for it to be of any good. thats the only thing that was almost stolen. nothing else was touched. and the damage isn't enough to be covered so i have to spend "out-of-pocket" for what needs to be fixed, but i'll tell you one thing, its a shame that while dumping the bike onto the ground one of them wasn't pinned under it.

im glad i have neighbors that look out for us and are awake at that time of day. if it wasn't for him, im sure my bike would have been long gone.

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Postby FM-USA » Thu Aug 18, 2016 9:50 am

High deductible. RATS!
IF you get any insurance $$$, try to get cash from the kids (actually the parents) to pay for your lost deductible.
$pank'm good!
SUGGESTION: (very low cost security)
I use remote battery powered Driveway Alarms in my garage. (actually 2, if one battery dies)
Nice thing about these, I can take one when camping.
Another good thing is, when properly positioned they can't be turned off without going off. ;)
Although I had a squirrel in the garage once. Good think they sleep after dusk.
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Postby MikeB » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:02 am

roadwanderer2 wrote:... since the key was in the ignition.

Until a few years ago, I would leave the keys in the ignition too when I parked my bikes in the garage. No more. I found out that the insurance company will not cover a car or a bike if stolen when the keys are left in the ignition.
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Postby FM-USA » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:14 am

There was a thread somewhere where the question was, Where do you hide a spare key on the bike?
My first thought was, NOW a bike thief has a list of places to start looking. :shock:
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:28 am

FM-USA wrote:High deductible. RATS!
IF you get any insurance $$$, try to get cash from the kids (actually the parents) to pay for your lost deductible.
$pank'm good!
SUGGESTION: (very low cost security)
I use remote battery powered Driveway Alarms in my garage. (actually 2, if one battery dies)
Nice thing about these, I can take one when camping.
Another good thing is, when properly positioned they can't be turned off without going off. ;)
Although I had a squirrel in the garage once. Good think they sleep after dusk.
FM-USA

i can get motion detectors and place them on the inside of the garage door so once opened it will go off within about 20 seconds unless i put in a code to shut it off. as for finding the kids parents, i have to wait until the cops catch the kids which may never happen, but if they are caught you can be sure that i will press charges unless the parents and i strike a deal for some money to pay for the damages at an inflated amount of course.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:30 am

MikeB wrote:
roadwanderer2 wrote:... since the key was in the ignition.

Until a few years ago, I would leave the keys in the ignition too when I parked my bikes in the garage. No more. I found out that the insurance company will not cover a car or a bike if stolen when the keys are left in the ignition.


thats standard operating procedures for insurance companies not to pay if they know the keys are left in the switch. after today im not leaving my ignition key in the switch. i'll put it in the house along with the rest of my keys.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:32 am

FM-USA wrote:There was a thread somewhere where the question was, Where do you hide a spare key on the bike?
My first thought was, NOW a bike thief has a list of places to start looking. :shock:


after today i have no intentions on leaving a spare key or ANY key in or around my garage. they will all be left inside my home where no one can get to them except me, and my wife of course.

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Postby FM-USA » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:37 am

6 AM was more than one wake up call.
(knock and keys)
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 1:01 pm

FM-USA wrote:6 AM was more than one wake up call.
(knock and keys)



yup, i guess its time to change my habits about leaving my garage door open and the key in the ignition switch. after 7 years here i guess i've become complacent and lax in my security measures, but trust me, this won't happen again...ever.

in fact, i've been looking at some security alarms for my garage AND both motorcycles. i found a couple of nice ones for the bikes. they have alarms, motion sensors and perimeter alarms so no one can get within 10 feet of the bike without setting the alarm off, so anything in and on the bike will be safe.

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Postby FM-USA » Thu Aug 18, 2016 1:43 pm

Harbor Freight has what I use in the garage AND at the front door.
http://www.harborfreight.com/wireless-d ... 93068.html
I get extras when they're on sale, usually 12.99 sometimes 9.99 :mrgreen:
There's different CODES so they don't all ring at once.

Bad news, they're the same tones but have 2 volumes, loud garage, soft front door.
I also place them at different ends of the house.

When I mentioned to our store manager how I use them, he put up a sign.
Sold like hot cakes. But I get no cut. :x
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 2:06 pm

i like the one the pic shows mounted on that post in the driveway. i would have to mount mine on the corner side of my house which is about 25 feet from my garage door. that would work.

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Postby FM-USA » Thu Aug 18, 2016 2:18 pm

Like I mentioned, they're in the garage.
That way I can, "sneak attack with a ball bat".
. . . . YA, ya. I hit'm, I'M in trouble.
Law abiding citizens rights are being abridged. Got to get that changed.
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Thu Aug 18, 2016 3:56 pm

well, around here, we take care of our own if you get my drift. if someone is in my home or my garage, i'll do what ever it takes to make sure they don't get away until the local LEO's arrive. even if that means they get some buck shot or a shot of rock salt in just the right places ;).

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Postby Iaustin » Thu Aug 18, 2016 11:31 pm

I knew an old farmer , he told me shot shovel shut up. I like flowerbeds

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:11 am

Iaustin wrote:I knew an old farmer , he told me shot shovel shut up. I like flowerbeds



LOL, i like that idea. i'll keep it in mind if it ever happens again.

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Postby dingdong » Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:54 am

Thanks for the reminder. I have a set of those motion detectors in my garage that I installed about 5 years ago. Probably time to change the batteries. "For me" anything battery operated is not a good thing. :oops: Just like smoke detectors.
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 8:51 am

i don't like battery powered things either. i'd rather have everything hard wired in/battery back up.

this morning i went out to my garage and it appears, or i think someone IS trying to break into my garage. i noticed that the window that i have anchored and lentiled into the cement wall, (pic below) has been pulled out on one side. it might be my imagination, but i've never seen it like that before this morning. i secured it back into the wall, but im gonna have to keep my eyes on it for any further different movements. if i see that it has been pried open, i'll notify my local police and have a report made about it so they can keep an eye out during their nightly patrol.

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Postby Breakdancer » Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:12 pm

Holy cats Stuart... Sorry to hear about the damage to your bike and your garage. I'm glad the loser punks didn't get away with your girl. Thank God for good neighbors. Motion detectors on the inside is a great idea!! While shopping at Harbor Freight they also have signs like "Smile You're On Camera" or "Closed Circuit Television And Audio Monitoring On Premises". The closed circuit sign has pictures of cameras on it for those who can't read. Maybe you could place one by your garage window. I prefer "Protected by Smith and Wesson" :shock: . I know I need to upgrade the security at my house. I live back off the road in the woods a little bit and my closest neighbor is a 1/4 mile away. I would be an easy target. Maybe this could be a new thread, best affordable home security.??.
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Postby roadwanderer2 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 4:19 pm

thats a good idea, but my garage sits about 25 feet behind my house and in the middle of the night, it can't be seen from the street. i think motion sensors with a flood light thats connected to it that activates once the sensor detects movement in my driveway would be a good idea, not only to protect my garage, but if my wife or me drives into my driveway at night it will act as a light so we can see where we're going once we pull the vehicle into our back yard and pull up behind our house. i can mount the light on the corner of my house facing the garage, so if someone does comes near it, it will light up half the back yard and the entire doorway of the garage. i know that harbor freight has them, so next pay day im gonna invest in one.

my father had a door mat that used to read "I DON'T DIAL 911" and it showed a picture of a S/W on it. i liked that.

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Postby roadwanderer2 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 4:40 pm

i was just looking on harbor freight's website and i didn't see anything i liked, so i went onto Lowe's site and found this.........https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitech-Pro- ... t/50277407 i think im gonna get this next payday.

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Postby OldZX11Rider » Fri Aug 19, 2016 5:27 pm

I'm glad you got your bike back before worse could happen to it.
It wasn't long ago if you caught a thief on your property, he was "bought and paid for", meaning you could blast away at him.
Nowadays you got to be very careful. For some reason, our government sees some value to thieves, as well as child molesters, rapists and murderers. "Their" rights have got to be protected. (Victims get lip service.) This is justice according to the government. So if you happen to administer a dose of justice to one of the above criminal types, follow the advice mentioned above. (Shoot, shovel, shut up.) ;)

For the record my bike is in the shop, usually with the key in it. If the alarm (yappy mut) goes off, Mr. Smith & Wesson will be investigating. Or they might send their old German friend, Mr. Mauser. ;)


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