What Happened? Nothing, really.

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    What Happened? Nothing, really.

    I can hardly call it an encounter, but...

    A few weeks ago I found the passenger-side front window missing from my SUV. Called Atlanta PD. Less then ten minutes later, an officer responded to my home. Officer asked what happened. I recalled all that I knew. Officer asked for my DL. While waiting for a case number to come back from dispatch, we made small talk in the driveway. A few minutes later, I had a police report # for my insurance. Officer left after I told him to have a good weekend and to stay safe.

    At no time what so ever did the law enforcer even blink at my weapon, much less run serials for ask for my Georgia Weapon License. I openly carried my Glock 40 + reload on my belt as I had been before the officer's arrival. Totally professional encounter and entirely a non-event. As it should be.

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    just to clarify...was the window shattered or actually stolen?...you had me at missing....ive seen some pretty odd thefts...thats why i am asking...

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    Shattered, sorry.
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    congrats on a great encounter!

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    Sorry about the window. Glad to hear about the LEO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moga View Post
    Shattered, sorry.
    thanks..nothing surprizes me anymore so i had to ask...

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