Bad: Shoulda been clinging to their guns...

Bad: Shoulda been clinging to their guns...

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    Bad: Shoulda been clinging to their guns...

    ... and their Bibles. Oh, and they should have had the alarm turned on, too.

    Here's the story :

    http://m.wbtv.com/autojuice?targetUr...-home-invasion
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose


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    The masked gunman then ran to a section of the house, where the medication was kept, grabbed a bottle of prescription medication and ran from the back of the residence into a wooded area.
    Would have been nice if it was a bottle of syrup of ipecac.
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    Sounds like he knew they had meds and knew where they were kept. Probably someone they knew and had had in their house.

    They really waited 30 min to call the police, because the robber told them to?!?!?
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    Unlocked doors? Security alarm turned off? Why didn't they just put a welcome mat out?

    Side Note-In the small town where I'm from originally a couple Pharmacy Tech's were arrested a few years back. They were helping to fill prescriptions for pain meds, then they would call the BG's and tell them who picked up what meds that day complete with addresses. The BG's would then give them a 'finders fee.'
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    I have heard that some insurance companies will pay for a refill if there is proof that a prescripction has actually been stolen. Could this be insurance fraud? Too bad some insurance companies would rather pay the claim and charge all of us for it instead of really investigating it.

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