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#3230283 - 01/26/20 07:39 PM Re: The Game Warden stole my trail camera [Re: 22 Chuck]
GC Offline
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Registered: 04/21/01
Posts: 16428
Loc: Missouri
Originally Posted By: 22 Chuck
Originally Posted By: GC
If you don't feel like it is being dealt with appropriately you could call the Sheriff's, CHP or the State Attorney General's Office.

How much is that camera worth? A quick Google search says in order for a crime in California to make Grand Theft status it has to be valued at $950+.




Even if the camera was a $10 one the guy should be prosecuted.



Agreed. The OP stated anyone other than the game warden would have been charged with a felony of Grand Theft. Unless the camera is valued at $950+ it isn't Grand Theft. Just informational in case the OP didn't know or understand the law.
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#3234448 - 02/18/20 11:24 AM Re: The Game Warden stole my trail camera [Re: GC]
Ankeny Offline
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Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 657
Loc: Shoshoni, Wyoming
I just ran across this old thread. FWIW, internal investigations of public employees are often times considered personnel issues and as such the employer can not disclose any information. I have seen instances involving law enforcement officers where by all accounts it appears nothing has been done. Later the officers name shows up on the state probation/parole list, and their certification as an LEO has been revoked for disciplinary reasons by the Peace Officers Standards and Training Board.

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#3234535 - 02/18/20 09:46 PM Re: The Game Warden stole my trail camera [Re: Ankeny]
erict Offline
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Registered: 02/23/06
Posts: 396
Loc: near Albany, NY
Originally Posted By: Ankeny
I just ran across this old thread. FWIW, internal investigations of public employees are often times considered personnel issues and as such the employer can not disclose any information. I have seen instances involving law enforcement officers where by all accounts it appears nothing has been done. Later the officers name shows up on the state probation/parole list, and their certification as an LEO has been revoked for disciplinary reasons by the Peace Officers Standards and Training Board.


If one appears on a probation/parole list then they have been convicted or took a plea to a crime and such records should be public. Internal law enforcement personnel investigations are often concluded with the findings confidential, thanks in part to labor unions. Examples are found HERE

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