My 93 Honda Accord, Stolen 12.18.2020

in #life3 months ago (edited)

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So here is my 93 Honda Accord EX, it is a 2 door. Well I seen it today at about 12 noon and when I came back from my mom's before 4 pm, it was gone.

I usually go to my mom's house on Fridays with my 91 Chevy S10 and a lawnmower. I eat lunch with my mom and my brother, then we usually watch something like And We Know and X22report. Then I go and mow mom's front and back lawns.

I may even have a coffee after mowing the front and back, then I would go home.

Well, when I went home I noticed that I didn't see my 93 Honda Accord. I would call that my best car as I usually take that car if I am going out of town or I bring my mom and my brother visiting.

To just go around town I would take my 89 Nissan Sentra. It has a smaller engine and it does save me money on gas.

Well anyway, I knocked on neighbor's doors and asked them if they seen anything and that someone stole my 93 Honda Accord. They all said they didn't see anything.

I called the Sheriff to tell them someone stole my car and they told me that the California Highway Patrol were the one's that handle stolen cars. I didn't know that, I thought California Highway Patrol just patrol the highways.

Well, it took a long time for them to come, but a car did come and asked for my identification. So I gave it to him. I can see his computer monitor in his CHP car.

I told him I had the license number and VIN number in the house, he told me that he already had that. I asked him if the DMV and CHP shared information and he told me that they did.

Well, he was friendly and told me that I might even get my car back and that does happen a lot. Well, if they just took the car for a joy ride then that wouldn't be too bad.

The CHP officer asked me if I had all my keys. I told him I did. I guess someone could jimmy the locks and just hot wire the car to get it going.

I told the officer that my gas gauge does not work, but it does look like the car is full of gas as the gas gauge is stuck on the full mark. I told the officer that the car can probably go another 230 miles before running out of gas.

The officer ask me if I still had the stock radio in my car. I told him that I put in a new stereo and that if they find the faceplate the stereo will play the Bible and he will hear the words of Jesus.

The officer said that the person might feel guilty for stealing the car as he listens to Jesus' words.

Well, anyway I may or may not get my car back. I mean the engine is still good and so is the transmission so my car might have been stolen just for the parts. Time will tell, if I get my car back or not.

Let's end with a scripture, as it is written, Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labour, working with hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth. Ephesians 4:28.

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Thank you, David.
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