Chief's Car Stolen 

Chief's Car Stolen

Sunday morning, D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey discovered his unmarked police car had been stolen. Some police equipment was also stolen, but supposedly no weapons. Better have good car insurance, Chief. Seriously, though, how is it that this car was stolen? I doubt someone hotwired a Crown Vic. The article says an officer parked the car Friday somewhere near the Chief's house. There HAD to have been a set of keys in there somewhere. Not only that, but what's up with law enforcement leaving equipment in their cars that stay parked in the driveway or on the street? There's been more than one past incident where a federal agent has left everything in their government vehicle and it was stolen while parked for an extended period of time on a public street. None of the equipment lost in those thefts is covered by car insurance, only the vehicle. It's time for law enforcement to start learning from these examples and keep your stuff secure.

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